|"paper doll" cutouts|
|Some of th rock gave way thus taking the art with it|
|This was above us as we viewed.....eeek|
Here's a description:
Potash Road Rock Art
(Utah Scenic Byway 279)
There is no hiking necessary, as the major rock art panels cans be viewed from your car. Caution: Watch for highway traffic. Looking 25 to 30 feet up the rock wall on the cliff side of the road you will see petroglyphs from the Formative Period. Look for the line of "paper doll cutouts" and homed anthropomorphs holding shields and abstract images, as well as a wide variety of other animal and abstract images. The panel extends along the road 125 feet.
Here's a website that explains more about the culture at that time...if you're interested.
afterwards, we took Katie for her first dip in a lake! She got SOOOOO muddy....that night was bath night !
Steve and Kim and Katie