Meeting Rock, mentioned a couple of times already in this blog. Doesn’t look all that impressive on the outside, but there’s a small opening on the top, hidden by rhododendron here, where the supposed meeting was held that gives the rock its past/present/future fame.
We’ll be coming back to this important rock and meeting place soon enough, I suspect. I’ll attempt to create a Frank/Herman Park map shortly as well.
Moving to STREAM and nearer my home, I was initially quite disappointed and frankly shocked to find what appeared to be this playhouse stuck on a rock at one of the my most important local spots, which I call Harrisonia. But once more there may be more than meets the eye here. Upon closer inspection, I was rather impressed and relieved at the time to find the small house, no longer than 6 feet, was built on a rock bared by an uprooted tree not felled by human hands.
Center of Harrisonia about 30-40 yards north. STREAM is just behind me as I take this picture.
Upon checking, I’m not really sure why I’ve never mentioned Harrisonia in this blog before, nor the neighboring True Labyrinth and False Labyrinth. But I haven’t. Time to rectify that obviously gross error of sorts with more pictures and related text.