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3 Rivers Petroglyphs Trail

(Three Rivers NM) I made another stop at Three Rivers Petroglyph Site which contains thousands of rock petroglyphs, and a few remains of a prehistoric village. They were created by the Jornada Mogollón people, and most likely, some early Apaches. 3 Rivers Petroglyphs Trail The trail was an easy one mile loop on a hillside […]

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Joshua Tree NP

Barker Dam

(nr Twentynine Palms CA) The only real hike I took while at Joshua Tree National Park, was the 1.2 mile loop trail to see Barker Dam. It was built around 1900 by cowboys to supply water for their cattle, and for mining. The dam itself was simply constructed, with a trough below for a holding […]

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