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A visitor to our camp site this morning...my aka roadrunner


The start of the trail

















Spotted this arch on the way out

On a referral from our friend, Paul we hiked the Mouse's Tank trail through a small canyon. Many of the walls in the canyon had petroglyphs on the varnished walls. The petroglyphs are always up high, which makes you wonder how did they do it. They say the petroglyphs are around 4,000 years old. At the end of the trail was a natural tank that held water. The park lacks signage giving info about their trails.

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