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Learable Hill

Stone Row / Alignment


I'd disagree with greywhether. Spend some time, once the large standing stone has been found, and there is lots to see and find. We were there in August and the vegetation did not impair what we saw. The stones are small and low lying - one of the children said dismissively, is this it? but was quite carried away by the need to look, find and align the stone rows. It is not a lawned manicured site, but then again, it is up a hill in a remote part of Scotland. What should we expect?!?

However, what would the vegetation have been like at the time that this alignment was created?
Posted by windbag
8th September 2004ce
Edited 8th September 2004ce

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