97_8_1387-H.jpg An unusual upright stone in area 3216, bulldozed.ThumbnailsIn area 3215 a small imu? It held over 400 dog bones. Bulldozed.An unusual upright stone in area 3216, bulldozed.ThumbnailsIn area 3215 a small imu? It held over 400 dog bones. Bulldozed.An unusual upright stone in area 3216, bulldozed.ThumbnailsIn area 3215 a small imu? It held over 400 dog bones. Bulldozed.An unusual upright stone in area 3216, bulldozed.ThumbnailsIn area 3215 a small imu? It held over 400 dog bones. Bulldozed.An unusual upright stone in area 3216, bulldozed.ThumbnailsIn area 3215 a small imu? It held over 400 dog bones. Bulldozed.
The upright was at the makai end of a small platform. In the bushes further makai was a low, linear platform in excellent shape, which unfortunately I never photographed. The archeologist who surveyed this area for Haseko Corporation wrote in his report that this and nearly all other 400 sites at Oneʻula were "temporary habitations."