As stated before, there is a very curious mix of placed and natural stones in the immediate Dongoba area. The shot below combines two prominent ones: the largest of the Michael Too temples (background) and a flat, upright stone perhaps 1/2 to 2/3rds the height of the temple (foreground).
Another Michael Too rock piling, this time seeming to act as a dam on NORRIS, and positioned not far from the largest stone temple pictured above.
Another curious terrain effect on NORRIS a little below the dam.
Details of same.
Looking further downstream. It’s a bit of a miniature gorge through this region, with steep banks on either side.
Another Michael Too mini-temple in this same region. We’re fairly far from the main Dongoba complex of temples now, maybe about 100 feet or so.
2 identical pink balloons either fell in almost the same place from the sky or were placed here by Michael Too, in my guessing. Not far from the large temple at all now, maybe 20 feet or so.
Shot of the first, discovered rock piling again.
Natural rock at the base of a tree beside it.
With the next series of real life exploration posts, we’ll move downstream to cover the NORRIS stream as a whole, which is about 1/4th of a mile long from head (Dongoba) to mouth (Stype).