Sleuthing on the Trail of Stone, Part 3 of 3 Chronicling CPR Temples in the Bush

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Although utterly deaf and blind, Helen Keller (1880-1968) once shared her poetic interpretations with readers and audiences worldwide, bringing fresh voice to silent stone in the hills of New England.

I too, am aware the sound of stones singing spans the globe and still sparks our imaginations... overgrown walls in a forest; monuments of time forgotten; civilizations lost. New England; British Columbia; Columbia.

Like fans of Indiana Jones, many of us imagine such sites in steaming colonial jungles. Yet the dense, dripping rainforests of British Columbia hide not-dissimilar structures. Mistakenly believing that crystal skulls might be found by poring through mildewed foreign atlases, we overlook archaeological marvels of our own making.

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