Posted 29 August 2013 - 10:58 AM
Posted 30 August 2013 - 11:57 AM
Where did her mother get the stool?
Have they done any research on the names and dates on it?
Where is it now?
Why would someone add names and dates to the bottom of stool where no one can see them?
To me, it seems as if that stool has some sort of historical significance. She needs to find out more about those names and dates on it.
This is very interesting, indeed! Please post a pic when you can.
Posted 30 August 2013 - 12:06 PM
If you feel like it, please read an article I had a great time writing last weekend: "Ancient Rock Piles of the New England Woodlands." It was hard to find information, and I know it could have used more facts and theories, but I think it was enough to spurn some interest. I do a lot of walking in the woods, so I enjoyed writing it. I took the picture in the article at the Freetown State Forest - that is what gave me the idea for it - but I think it is a horse trail marker, since further up the road, there is a tree with a sign saying "Horse Path," with an arrow to the right. You'll notice there is a small rock on the bottom right, next to the large rock indicating "go right." I found it fascinating.
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