neling4 wrote:Yes, it is Serpent Mound. I posted the photo I took of the historical marker to identify it.
I have been there often and it is eerily beautiful. The best time to see it is when no-one else is there.
Mr. nel and I went once on a cold misty day in November, many years ago. My fantasy took over and I imagined ancient people watching me from the fog shrouded trees, wondering what I was doing in their sacred place.
And sometimes I talk to the snake. Thank goodness he never answers.
The park and museum were closed to the public for the season, but back then, you could park on the side of the road and walk up to it. I don't think you can do that anymore, it is pretty well locked up now.
I am currently writing a children's fantasy story about the snake because I find it so eternally fascinating.
It still looks like a snake with one big eye.
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