Friday, September 19, 2008

Southeast Wonders

We often look for signs of the past on our walks especially on the beaches where there are large boulders and rock outcroppings. If you truly look close enough you might even see petrogylphs like these. You have to look close - they are often located in spots that are overgrown; protected by mother nature.

In all there were about 9 etchings on this one rock. A couple looked like fish, one that might have been a fish hook, and of course this one is a boobie or a CD, not sure.

We figured this one was man fell in tide pool and got dizzy and passed out.

You could tell that part of the rock had broken off and become worn away so there might be more that got buried in the beach rubble.

We actually saw two different sites located on either side of these houses.

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