Join us on this 1/2-mile trail to see some of the best of the 21,000+ rock art carvings of people, masks, animals and symbols at Three Rivers Petroglyph Site of New Mexico.
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The Three rivers petroglyph site is located 35 miles north of Alamogordo, New Mexico. The site is run by the U.S. Bureau of Land Managment.
above: When reviewing the footage of this visit, we couldn't help but think of Johnny Bravo as soon as we saw this one.
There are over 21,000 petroglyphs (rock carvings) at three rivers. The petroglyphs were carved by a prehistoric group of Native Americans referred to as the Jornada Mogollon.
above: For me, the hummingbird petroglyph is one of the most artistic.
There are two hiking trails. One of the trails is about half a mile long and takes you past many of the petroglyphs. It's a target rich environment! They are everywhere!
While leashed pets are allowed in the picnic and camp areas near the Visitor Center, no dogs are allowed on the trails. So, Bill hangs out with Viva at one of the picnic sites near the visitor center.
Three Rivers Petroglyph website: https://www.blm.gov/visit/three-rivers-petroglyph-site
I love both of these frypans so much that I sometimes use them in our home kitchen.
While the Pinnacle and the Bugaboo frypans by GSI are similar in size and general appearance, there are some notable differences.
The Pinnacle is the one designed for camp cooking use.
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