Although Jennifer and I left at different times, we both got lost at the same cross roads along the way, felt like we were going the wrong way, felt we would never arrive and that it was certainly more than 22 miles, which it probably was. This time I left first and arrived first and was able to guide Jennifer in when she felt lost. We were able to park and stay at the entrance to the site and after circling round and round, I finally found a space that felt comfortable and paid my $2.00 fee for the night.
|This is what the park looked like while climbing up to the petroglphs. We are in the middle of nowhere.|
The energy built the further I went up and the petroglphs starting to become more and more concentrated until I reached a peak where I became nauseous from the energy overload. I have walked many, many stone circles in some very ancient lands, but these rocks were kicking my butt! On the way back down I was still disoriented and lost the path, making my own way back down the hill. Those stones were glorious.
|Jennifer walking the petroglyph path|