Wednesday, June 4, 2014


Even after visiting Santa Fe many, many times I always find new things. Who knew there were ancient petroglyphs just a short drive and hike out of town? I mean, yeah, that hike does involve a very steep, rocky climb, but it's well worth it. Just look what you discover at the La Cieneguilla Petroglyph Site! Apparently these were made between the 13th and the 17th centuries, so some of them date from before contact with the Spanish. They are sort of above a river, marking out what was once a trail along a mesa, but I don't think anyone knows what they mean. They are definitely cool to see though! 


My mom and dad examine some kokopellies.
Hands! Stars! Um... stuff?
Closer on the star and guy.

Whole lot going on all over this boulder.

Um, an upside down guy?
A ring tailed cat?

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