On the east shore of South Watuppa Pond is another possible Indian summer camp site, a long stone row with a round enclosure. This site is dominated by a huge boulder with a shape suggesting a turtle.
This site is enclosed by a 70 foot long stone row of carefully stacked rocks. Note that there are larger rocks on top of smaller ones, a feature not seen in the wharves constructed for camps and cottages. A large puddingstone is seen to the right in the photo below.
Here is how the east shore site may have looked on a sunny summer afternoon a few hundred years ago.
Most of these photographs were taken in 2010 and 2011, and some were shown on Larry Harrop's blog. Unfortunately, due to all the rain, the water is just not going out this summer.