I’m sure Rob will have more to say on this soon (with pictures, too!), but we were finishing up some field work explorations and measurements today and one of the things on the list was to get a measurement of a block of concrete we’d previously spotted. Well, we’d seen about ten feet of it before. Tonight, we searched a bit more. It’s mostly buried now, but this little ten foot long wall is actually three hundred and twenty feet long! Amazing the things you can find around Haven Hill if you just go looking!
Lost: One 320 foot long concrete wall?
May 20, 2010 by Darrin
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