Stone walls mark the fields in the distance and there are some rock outcrops in the fields. I am always amazed at the thought of the early settlers in New England who not only cut the trees and pulled up the stumps, but cleared out all those rocks as well. They piled them up as they went along to make stone fences. And they did it all without modern machinery. Just trying to dig a small garden is enough for me. Sometimes it seems as if there are more stones than soil!
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