There’s no shortage of old stone walls in Connecticut. Most have been standing for hundreds of years. They were built from materials pulled from the land. When the glaciers melted and land masses were pulled apart by the forces of nature, Long Island was blessed with rich, fertile soil, leaving New England with an unyielding rocky coastline.
Walls are built to keep things out, or in
Walls define borders
Walls are passive by nature; they are not weapons—they are defensive
I’m sitting on this one, so I can view what’s on either side…
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