You could probably tell by my avatar I like medicine men of the ancients and petroglyphs.
I do have a history of teaching Boy Scouts and Explorer posts common wild edible plants
and wild medicinals. I took a liking to pharmacognosy in pharmacy school and graduate school
and continue to add to my knowledge base through the overall studies of bushcraft.
So we were very excited to make it to McKee Springs Petroglyph site in Dinosaur Nat. Monument. That
monument made #280 in the U.S. park system for me. Poof loved Dinosaur way more than Yellowstone
and we've both expressed a desire to return---I think it was the lack of crowds overall.
So this image for Eriet! Who I know is blessed with 'glyphs in his area and makes it challenge to locate
and image them. Funny, but while exploring Dinosour I'd find them before Poof and she'd say excitedly
'where where is it!' This beyond the clearly obvious ones like this one linked-
Oh and I am spending next weekend in a heavy Petro site with an Archaeologist that has some he wants me to shoot