Saturday, January 28, 2017
This morning we headed over to the Moab area so I could bring Diane to a few rock arts sites that she had never been to and that I have also wanted to see again. It’s always nice to revisit some old friends! There really not much else to say about the day, so here are a few photos!
I always enjoy seeing the Supplication Panel.
Red Sheep Pictographs
Hiking in the sandy wash.
The Lonesome Shaman
Tafoni & Pictographs
The Centipede Alcove
It was a little cold out in the morning, but still a nice day to be outside in the desert.
Diane after climbing up to a high alcove.
Very unusual petroglyphs…
A Bird in the Hand is better than a Snake-in-the-Mouth. That’s how that saying goes…right?
The always-impressive Snake-in-the-Mouth pictographs.
The haunting Bartlett Pictograph Panel
We didn’t only visit rock art on this day trip, we also stopped at the Gemini Bridges since I couldn’t remember the last time I was here.
Diane standing on one of the bridges.
A nice over over one of the bridges and Bull Canyon to the La Sal Mountains on the horizon.
The Moab Maiden
Part of the Big Men Panel.
I’ve always liked this petroglyph of a sheep.
A very interesting panel that’s hard to see and photograph.
A small petroglyph panel found at the base of a cliff along the Colorado River.