Quartz Manitou Stone Site.
The propped boulder shown below is on a ledge overlooking the site.
The boulder is being supported by 2 stacked stones and has a typical bird's head shape.
The below image shows the support stones.
Below the ledge there is a stone mound with a quartz Manitou stone on the top.
The quartz shows obvious signs of being worked .
In addition, the quartz was notched to fit against a stone on the right side.
The stone under the quartz was also notched providing a stable base.
Close up of the quartz stone.
There is another Manitou stone about 150 feet away from the mound and is placed in
the front of a niche like structure. There are
stone piles in between the 2 Manitou stones.
Close up of the Manitou stone.
To the left of the manitou stone there are 2 flat offering stones.
The top of the upper one has a concave surface as can be seen in the image below.
Below are 2 standing stones found at the site.
The below images show a handful of other constructions found at the site.
Walk through video of the site.
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