Rock House Reservation

Pond at Rock House Reservation in West Brookfield, Massachusetts.
The "rock house" is a cave-like rock formation that provided shelter to Native Americans long ago. The site was excavated by archaeologists in 1930, but unfortunately their findings have been lost.
Walking through the formation. View from the other side.
Same spot, opposite direction. Near the head of the pond. Above the head of the pond. The rock at the far end is the same one in the view from the rock house.
Farm at the northern boundary of the Reservation. These white flowers were abundant in the fields next to the farm. Forest near the farm.