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    One word: Wow!

    One word: Wow!
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    Mush, you huskies!

    It's more likely that my search was flawed, rather than your clues. I was fascinated by this panel of yours; I mean, it looks like a line of cattle being herded by a guy holding a lasso!
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    Whoops! Almost let this slip out of sight...

    Whoops! Almost let this slip out of sight unanswered.

    Utahtea, you've got me stumped. I haven't found any pictographs that match your post, with or without the clues, so unless somebody else can...
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    Got any fresh clues, per chance? Rick

    Got any fresh clues, per chance?

    Rick
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    Well, based on the style of the pictographs, this...

    Well, based on the style of the pictographs, this is Ute, so you're somewhere in Utah, but since I haven't figured out your "Where am I," I've got no clue that might help me narrow it down any...
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    Lightning Rock

    Ha! And I wasn't even trying to be sneaky! The pictograph is in Canyon del Muerto, not far from First Ruin. This is what my Navajo friend had to say about it:
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    More clues!

    Actually, I'm pretty sure that you HAVE seen this pictograph, so I'll toss out a few more clues:


    When I took these pictures, this is where I parked:
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    Context

    Some clues, that should help narrow down the location by providing some context. These three photos, including the petroglyph panel, were taken one after another during the space of a single minute....
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    Closer to Home

    I reckon I got a little bit off-topic with that last one, though I must admit that it was fun (for me, at least) to resurrect those old photographs, and weave together my memories of that long ago...
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    Jungle Petroglyphs

    This next set of petroglyphs has quite a story attached. I won’t make you guess the location. In fact, I’ll even show you a map pinpointing just exactly where they were, because the location is a...
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    Zipping right along!

    The V-shaped thing looks like a cotter pin. Or maybe a clothes pin, but there aren't any petroglyphs (that I could find) named after any kind of pin, so I took a closer look at the V-shaped thing and...
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    I'd best disqualify myself, since I have a...

    I'd best disqualify myself, since I have a well-thumbed copy of Basecamp Las Vegas. Flipping through it again just now, I was reminded of what a truly beautiful book it is. Sue Campbell's work on the...
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    Just as a general observation: anyone traveling...

    Just as a general observation: anyone traveling through MOAB should be extra careful not to run afoul of the law. They'll take you right straight to the Courthouse, where they'll make you Wash behind...
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    You can't have a rainbow without rain, & I couldn't find your rainbow without Google

    https://live.staticflickr.com/65535/49902359273_7412574a44_c.jpg

    Wow, with that many clues, this shouldn't have been hard to find. Between Price and I-70 I located a bunch of small farming...
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    I love it! But I have no idea where it is. Rick

    I love it! But I have no idea where it is.

    Rick
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    That panel looked really familiar, but I wasn't...

    That panel looked really familiar, but I wasn't quite sure of the name. I thought to myself, "Self? If you were naming this set of pictographs, what would you call it?" A Thousand Palms? No (and not...
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    We've got Red Bull. They had a Blue Bull!

    Actually, I suppose it would be a little too easy for someone to Google "Blue Bull," and come up with the location, which is the "Blue Bull Cave" in the Canyon del Muerto branch of Canyon de Chelly...
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    That stuff is everywhere!

    My neighbor across the street is part of the same group, and he works in the desert north of Phoenix. Another friend in Tucson was prowling around the desert near there, and got caught on restricted...
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    A lot of bull (in a good way!)

    So, I might as well let the cat all the way out of the bag. These amazing panels are in a place called Sego Canyon, a couple of miles north of Thompson Springs, just off I-70, and not far from Arches...
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    Oh my goodness--these are stunning! I had to...

    Oh my goodness--these are stunning! I had to stoop to Google, because I was dying to see if pictographs this size were even a thing--and of course the search engine took me right straight to your...
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    Ding ding ding! We have a winner! Drive south...

    Ding ding ding! We have a winner! Drive south from Gallup to Zuni Pueblo, hang a left (east) on NM 53, and you get a very pretty drive that's an easy alternative to a dull segment of I-40. As a...
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    Wandering artists

    Donna takes this one! I have it on good authority that she is correct: those photos were taken in Petroglyph Canyon at the Valley of Fire State Park in Nevada.

    The tool: atlatl (spear chucker). ...
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    Okay, then. What was the name of that place...

    Okay, then. What was the name of that place again? I didn't quite catch it in your answer...

    Rick
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    Oh, I Heard it through the Grapevine, I'm just about, just about to win this time!

    Well, I can't say as I've ever been there, but your clues point pretty squarely toward Grapevine Canyon, just outside of Laughlin! Next time I come up your way for a visit, Mark, I'll have to make a...
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    Al the News that's fit to print

    Me, I like to get my News on paper. Back in those days, they put it all on a Rock. I hear that in Utah, they like to make a State Historic Monument out of things like this--especially around Moab.
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