Volvon Village on Mallory Creek 715 bedrock mortars and countless housepits spread over a half mile. Cupule rock. This village, located in the highlands of the Black Hills, must have been one of the largest settlements in the prehistoric Bay Area, yet it was, apparently, unknown to early archaeologists and historians. It does not appear […]
Volvon Overlook3 bedrock mortars, 2 of them bowls.Looking down Mallory Creek toward Brushy Peak.It is only 6 miles as the crow flies to the regional trading grounds on the NE side of Brushy Peak.This is a natural lookout point. A group concerned about security would undoubtedly post someone up here.
Bob Walker’s Cave1 bedrock mortar, rock shelter, stacked rocksElevation 2147 ft.The late Bob Walker was an environmentalist, photographer, and president of the San Francisco Bay Chapter of the Sierra Club. During his tenure there he pushed for the expansion of Morgan Territory Regional Preserve and saw its acreage increase from 970 to more than 5,000 […]
Louise’s WalkwayRock feature. Two bedrock mortars nearby.Here is another spot Louise Lacey turned us on to. It’s a great place to hang out and be alone with the world.Parallel rock alignments like Louise’s Walkway turn up elsewhere in Morgan Territory Regional Preserve.Rocks at the open ends of this alignment give it the aura of a […]
Mallory Creek Village.45 bedrock mortars in a small village on a shelf above Mallory Creek.18 cupules at one bedrock mortar station.Elevation 655 ft.This is a beautiful site in a secluded glade.Look for the old Indian trail leading to sites further up Mallory Creek.Bob stands in a possible housepit.How much dirt has washed down on this […]