On entering the site, I always stop to admire this large propped boulder which looks like a bird head.
Walking up to it, I realize it has a nice flat top at the right height for working standing up.
Today the snow is deeper and covers the bedrock and seat. At the top of the hill is the third propped boulder of the corner.
This hilltop is broad and gently sloping, and would have made a good camping area. This boulder stands alone on the hill, and may also have been a marker for winter solstice (3/13/13). There are other stone markers of this area's previous uses.
So much history hidden in a small area by a lake.