There are some platform cairns near the shore, where the wall enters the water.
Returning to the road, I notice an outcrop on the north side, with this perched boulder.
And here is the other side.
Tool marks are visible around the eye sockets. I doubt this is vandalism, since it would have been a lot of work, and would not have been visible from the road. Besides, vandals usually use paint. As I mentioned in the last post, I suspect Indians created some of these large effigies once they obtained metal tools. The face is oriented to about 150 degrees, and is looking at this view.
There don't seem to be any other structures on or around this little hill. So why is this face staring from an outcrop?
On the map, the road is in black, the wall in blue, and the cairns represented by a red dot. The stone wall has a 73 degree bearing facing uphill, suggesting alignment with summer sunrise. The face rock, in yellow, is on a direct line (yellow dotted line) with this wall. Perhaps it was a marker for summer solstice sunrise, and the face had some mythological significance.