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We find rock art from prehistoic peoples during a lunch stop.

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These lands have never been empty, although in some places it feels that way. Before western settlers arrived, these lands were polulated by other peoples throughout prehistory. Tom McKinley estimates that these images were drawn during the Fremont age. Some images are clearly human, one may be a fish, others are less clear. It's important to preserve sites like this and remeber that western settlement is relatively recent.


Public Domain.