Sunday, December 11, 2016

Three-headed man panel and Teacher's Rock

Three Headed Man
We found some petroglyphs "off the beaten path" near Hurricane, UT. Going off little more than a GPS map with red dots and circles from a friend, Steve and I set out to find the three-headed man panel and another site called "teacher's rock". It was a success!

These glyphs are really close to another awesome dude -- Yellow Man! You can read about Yellow Man in a previous entry.



This collection of rock art was so cool -- there was a one headed, two headed, three headed AND FOUR HEADED person! In this panel you can see the two-headed dude at the top.
Can you find 4-headed man off to the right?


Nearby the "headed" panels is another unique spot called Teacher's Rock. It's called this because of the flat "blackboard" feel, w/ a giant rock plunked right in front that the "students" could sit on to learn.
Teacher Rock
close up of some of the art

All of this artwork is scattered around southern Utah. I'm not givin' away directions to this one :)

Go explore and discover some new things each day :) xoxo

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