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2/16/2024 Protect Panel, PFNP, AZ - Initial plan was to hike all over around here, however I didn’t hike for while and lack of physical shape, after 4 miles, I was ready to quit. I found sosme petroglyphs beside the Protect Panel.
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2/20/2024 King’s Throne, PFNP, AZ - It is unique appearance at middle of the flat area, which visible from the road. Wanted to get closer look for while and today was a day to hike up and get closer. I guess afternoon is the best time to visit there to avoid getting shadow, I was little early time to visit and it was windy. I was hoping but no RA.
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2/24/2024 Agate Mesa, PFNP, AZ - This is atop of the cliff hike, a means nice wide view all the way and easy hike. Only authorized vehicles permitted in this area, so that I’ve parked at the Agate Bridge parking lot and started to hike from there.
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2/25/2024 Little Colorado River, South of the Bridge, AZ - In the creek is a jangle of Tamarisks. Tamarisk is not native tree and sack up tons of water, then nothing can grow under neath, when cut it, new trees grow from the roots. I was hiking higher side for while then in the Tamarisk jungle for while, even I can›t see the other side of cliff by thickness of the Tamarisks. I was hoping to find RA but not.
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2/24/2024 Agate Mesa, PFNP, AZ - This is atop of the cliff hike, a means nice wide view all the way and easy hike. Only authorized vehicles permitted in this area, so that I’ve parked at the Agate Bridge parking lot and started to hike from there.
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2/25/2024 Little Colorado River, South of the Bridge, AZ - In the creek is a jangle of Tamarisks. Tamarisk is not native tree and sack up tons of water, then nothing can grow under neath, when cut it, new trees grow from the roots. I was hiking higher side for while then in the Ramarisk jungle for whilw, even I can›t see the other side of cliff by thinkness of Tamarisks. I was hoping to find RA but not.
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2/28/2024 Little Colorado River, AZ - Continuation of the Little Colorado River rim hike. Bottom of the river bed is full of Tamarisks. At the small side canyon, I found a hand panel, I didn’t see any other rock arts for entire hike.
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3/6/2024 Little Colorado River, AZ - Stop by to the Story Teller Panel, which is located west side of the Little Colorado river. A strange thing is, RA panels are located above the Tamarisk tree like, I think Tamarisk trees are not so old, but artists made petroglyphs higher than Tamarisk Trees, so that everyone can see it. Isn’t strange or coincidence?
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3/10/2024 Bridge to Nowhere, Little Colorado River, AZ - This bridge is no longer using, wooden parts are all gone, but metal parts are still standing strong, located north end of Woodruff. I found rock art panel that seems to full of figures, but outer layer of rock wall was peeled off, currently can see some reminder.
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3/12/2024 West of Bridge to Nowhere, Little Colorado River, AZ - Hiked west side of the Bridge to Nowhere and found some petroglyphs but no many. Around here is many 6 to 12ft high dirt mounts and cross it over and over again, I follow the animal trails.
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3/16/2024 East of Little Colorado River, North of Woodruff, AZ - Ground is saturated and very soft by recent many raining days. This year has more rain than compare to last four years. Walk around east side of the Little Colorado River north side of Woodruff. I found some petroglyphs but not much.
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3/21/2024 Standing on the Shoulder Panel, Littlel Colorado River, AZ - Hike around the Standing on the Shoulder panel area. There are Many petroglyphs around here but most of are fading out. Other than Standing on the Shoulder Panel area, there is not much petroglyphs.
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3/22/2024 South of the Standing on the Shoulder Panel, Little Colorado River, AZ - A few small red rock creeks around here, where creeks are originated here and end up at the Little Colorado River. One of the red rock cliff creek area has a few fading out petroglyphs.
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3/29/2024 West of Woodruff Butte, AZ - I was hiking around west side of the Woodruff Butte, I found three small separate rock art panels. These are fading out and missing parts of the panel, not many people come to see it.
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4/3/2024 N Woodruff Butte, AZ - Water is running in the Little Colorado River by recent heavy rain, usually dry river. Hike around north Woddruff Butte area and pass through rock art sites that previously found it.
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