|Three Headed Man|
We found some petroglyphs “off the beaten path” near Hurricane, UT. Going off little more than a GPS map with red dots and circles from a friend, Steve and I set out to find the three-headed man panel and another site called “teacher’s rock”. It was a success!
These glyphs are really close to another awesome dude — Yellow Man! You can read about Yellow Man in a previous entry.
|This collection of rock art was so cool — there was a one headed, two headed, three headed AND FOUR HEADED person! In this panel you can see the two-headed dude at the top.|
|Can you find 4-headed man off to the right?|
Nearby the “headed” panels is another unique spot called Teacher’s Rock. It’s called this because of the flat “blackboard” feel, w/ a giant rock plunked right in front that the “students” could sit on to learn.
|close up of some of the art|
All of this artwork is scattered around southern Utah. I’m not givin’ away directions to this one 🙂
Go explore and discover some new things each day 🙂 xoxo