Old Stone Walls Reflect the Character of Their Builders

Mar 21, 2017

Old stone walls are one of the emblems of the New England landscape.  They're the legacy of the glaciers that sculpted the land. Robert Finch reflects on the effort it takes to build a stone wall, and on the messages that stone walls seem to convey to us over time, in this week's Cape Cod Notebook.

  This week's essay is a rebroadcast. It originally aired in March, 2012.