Tomorrow Alene and I are heading down to get a hotel in Green River and head over to Horseshoe canyon, which is part of Canyonlands national park. We are going to see the largest petroglyph rock art in all of the U.S. dating back before the Fremont Indians (7000-9000 BCE).
Alene has already been there, but I'm just excited to be getting away from this crappy weather and getting out on a hike. I'm excited to see the canyon and to try to feel what it must have been like 9000 to 11,000 years ago for the people that lived there.
Here is a picture of what we're going to see, what is called the "Great Gallery".