from the Etowah Indian Mounds
Much ado

more from the Etowah Indian Mounds

It was very windy at the Etowah Indian Mounds. And V did a lot of running. She also met a lot of new people and gave almost all of them hugs. And several of them kisses. She was kind of happy to be there...

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This is the first mound, the biggest one, where the chief would've lived.

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This is the third mound, the smallest one, where they found a lot of interesting things like pottery shards, tools for grinding grain, and statues made of marble and painted.

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V on top of the second mound.

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The fish trap - rocks placed in an open V to corral the fish and make it easier to catch them.

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And my favorite picture.

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wonderful pictures!
we had indian mounds on my college campus but they were no where near in size to the mounds you've shown here. very interesting.

and plus that v is just completely adorable.




total sweetness! that's a cool place. I need to get outside soon. There's still piles of nasty, dirty, slushy snow on the ground. Come on spring! Your pictures make me itchy to send the kids running in fields.


Very Cool, love the shot of V and R!


Sweetness indeed! Looks a lot warmer there!


Love that last picture but you need to get in front of the camera once in awhile!

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