Guy and I have often discussed how they get these big stones into the middle of nowhere and we have come to the conclusion that often back then it wasn't the middle of nowhere.The woods were probably leveled and there were logging roads to get them close to the corners or they would cut one like surveyors do today and yes they probably hauled them in on a wagon,their version of a flatbed trailer.You 2 amaze me in finding these stones, especially with the snow, moss and leaves. This was nature's best camo.
Reading about these finds and pictures I wonder who was tasked with the burden of carrying these rocks to the locations? Some appear quite huge. Maybe they used the traditional "beasts of burden" horses or mules?
Same here. We always discuss how long we felt it was there and why it was left. The idea's are pretty wild sometimes.I find at least one tent a year. Always feel odd walking up to them and peering inside. It always sticks in my head that the person who set it up has passed away, and nobody knew of it but him.
PS: nice looking GPS.