Somewhere in northern Rhode Island, at the edge of a farm field, is a pavement of rocks about 8 feet wide. Two bent trees are visible in the photo background. This pavement continues 435 feet to an outcrop with a boulder on top.
This might have been a ceremonial site that was later used as a small farm. The farm layout resembles that of the reconstructed 1720 Pequot homestead at the Pequot Museum at Foxwoods. These Indian homesteads had a small house foundation and no barn foundation. Maybe the ceremonial sites were the last lands the Indians were willing to leave, preferring to eke out a living on the sites. There is a similar small foundation at the site described in the 9/3/2011 post, and at other sites I have seen.
Here is my interpretation of the site, using the map as a reference. The viewer is looking west and uphill at the farm from the cairns at way point 723 on a cold afternoon in late winter. The well is at lower left edge of the large pile of rocks.