One 'side effect' of having our blog has been the invites we've received from families who would like to meet up with us along our route.
This has led to the opportunity to meet some AMAZING families, who share similar beliefs, ideals, goals and principles. We have met them all along the way.
One family lives in Snowflake, Arizona. We spent the weekend with them, and they took us exploring one afternoon to a canyon that is known about by the locals for it's petroglyphs (some authentic, others less so).
A petroglyph is a picture that is carved into the rock using a stone or other tool. Pictographs are pictures that are painted onto rocks using some mineral or vegetal type substance.
Wow! Columbus visited here, and in 1492! (I thought he had landed in the Caribbean, not Arizona, and that his given name was Cristobal Colón, but that's just me)
My husband couldn't resist a little climbing - even barefoot
Feel the burn!
Hopping the fence back to the truck
Have you visited Snowflake or seen petroglyphs other places? What did you think?
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