|The boys discussing the meaning behind those scribbles on that huge rock ahead|
A couple of months ago our friend Paul told us about these fantastic petroglyphs nearby (note: we use that term “nearby” in a very relative matter of speaking… considering that the nearest Target is 3 hours roundtrip… so in this instance, nearby means about 45 miles east of Kanab). The panel would be only a short hike and totally kid-doable. Today was our third attempt to find the rock art. And YES! WE FOUND THEM!! WOW!
|Mackie makes the trip up to the glyphs with a big smile 🙂|
The route was actually very easy, in hind sight. But you have to know where to go and what to look for (something we were a little sketchy on). We first had to walk through a ginormous field of sage brush. It’s been raining in the desert for nearly a month now (at least it feels that way!!) and so if you can imagine a wonderfully green, fragrant landscape that stretches on as far as the eye can see… you can get a glimpse at what we waded through.
|Smiley Flora the mally came along with us.|
|Sharing a polka-dot rock moment|
|Love these two|
|My mini-me all smiles, lookin’ for treasure|
|Check out this crazy rock art! Wha?!|
|Swirls and cool stuff with dad|
|Dad and the boys heading back through the sage. Can you spot them?|
|close up of the maze, two-headed snake thing, and whatever that top thing is.|
Get out. Unplug. Explore! 🙂 peace xoxo