City Driving ≠ Fun (Day One)

While it was necessary to get to Mystery Hill, and enjoyable to get on the road in a car after travelling around in pretty much every other way in the last month (plane, boat, train, metro, etc.) the car quickly became a nuisance when I was getting back into the Boston area. Short of hitchhiking…

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America’s Stonehenge: Megalithic Ruins, Ancient Sailors . . . and Alpacas

North of Boston, less than an hour away, lays an interesting archaeological site.  The greatest debate about it is whether or not it is authentic.  If it is, it could rewrite many of the accepted notions of pre-Columbian American culture, or pre-Columbian European contact.  And if it isn’t authentic, it means someone spent a lot…