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December 06, 2008



Most of those petrogylphs are about 1500-2000 years old.


That looks like a marvelous hike. I've gone hiking near there, but not at that exact spot. Next time I'm in Tucson we should try a hike together.


Very cool pictures. Take it easy on your knees since you still need them for a long time.


My left knee likes to play games with me from time to time, so I know what its like. Some activity isn't a problem and some just cripples me in no time, good thing I was never an actor or any other job that involved a lot of "knee-work" to get ahead!

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