The View From Here - Various thoughts and travels
When I see these stone building I know what the glaciers left behind when they left Saskatchewan 8-10 thousand years ago.Thinking about field rocks and glaciers... I did a google search on "how long are interglacial periods?">>Similarly, an interglacial or interglacial period is the warmer period of time between ice ages where glaciers retreat and sea levels rise. Over the last 450,000 years, glacials have lasted anywhere from 70,000 to 90,000 years whereas interglacials last approximately 10,000 years.<<
Interesting to note the architecture over the door. And to see that the roof is metal and helping to protect it from the elements.