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Buford
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12/2/2018
Buford
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Spent a week in October exploring a different desert again.

Viewed many rock art panels. Most of the stuff I saw is well known and traveled, if a ways off the normal tourist path.
















dstretch to help a couple out:







It was like a Maze at times:





Fall in the canyon bottoms:





Not the weather we were hoping for:


The big ditch:


Gold at the end of the tunnel:


Dino print:


Sand dunes:
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ziphius
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12/3/2018
ziphius
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Nice trip report Buford. Some of those pictos are downright spooky.

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tommy750
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12/3/2018
tommy750
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Nice trip, Buford. Like the Horseshoe Canyon pics. Tom
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rockhopper
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12/5/2018
rockhopper
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Great expedition Buford! Those pictos of the star people in ancient Native American legends perhaps?
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Buford
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12/5/2018
Buford
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There was a Ranger at Horsehoe while we were there. He had recently led a group of school kids to the gallery and asked them what they thought the pictos meant. One kid thought they were portraits of their presidents. Not a bad answer.

The Pictograph Fork below the Chocolate Drops had no one around. They were better pictos at one time but were more faded than Horsehoe.
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1/12/2019
dsefcik
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Looks really cool, thanks for sharing the photos.

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