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    Those look to be more resent in time. Cool find no matter what. Here are a few from the Coso range, little Petroglyph canyon, Ca. Its on the Navel weapons station. China Lake, Ca. These Glyph's date back to around 10K years.
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    ty Mine Shaft...those are great ones!
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  3. #33
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    Quote Originally Posted by VFLang View Post
    ty Mine Shaft...those are great ones!
    Thank you VFLang. I have hundred's of pics of this small canyon it is crazy, there are thousands of Petroglyph's in this canyon and its just a small portion of where they let you look.

  4. #34
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    One thing for sure nobody will vandalize these Petroglyphs.

  5. #35
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    Not on a Navy base!!! I googled it...there’s a museum that gives tours but it’s temporarily closed?!

  6. #36
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    Apr 2013
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    The animal paw tracks are not a cat print they are a dog or a coyote cats don't walk with their claws out they are retracted.
    back of the boat

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    That second picture is a turtle rock sitting! That's the coolest turtle rock! Its a treasure somewhere close by! If your are close to creek, stream check them out! Look for turtle rocks in them! They are there!

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    ty Back-of-the-boat...that makes me feel a little more at ease!

  9. #39
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    ty William the Conqueror but I don’t know what the turtle rock is. Can you circle it so I know what I’m looking for?
    There is a running stream as well as two dry ones and I would really LOVE to find a treasure!!!!!
    Considering I was just taking macro pics of flowers/cacti, it would be the best thing ever!
    There is a LOT of rock in the stream as well as the walls!
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    Quote Originally Posted by VFLang View Post
    ty Gambrinus.
    The prints are a little over three inches!!!
    I carry my walking stick and a little backpack with water and usually extra lenses. I figured I could beat something (hear coyotes at night) with both!
    People thought I went mad when I suggested hiding a knife on the tip of the walking stick but I think that Iíll re-think that idea!!!
    I don't want to get into a debate over what made the tracks in your photos but I will say that there are times when cat claw marks are visible in the prints they leave. I am not trying to spread fear but the location you are exploring has potential for Cougars so it is good that you have a stick and a knife which is more than most people have when they go out to remote areas. You are in a very cool place for exploring I wish I could be out there tramping around. Good luck.
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    It’s the strangest tree limb I’ve ever seen!
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    The third picture of the big boulder,looking down the stream, looks like it's a fish out of water. Look for some gold around there! Might be a stash closeby too! Look for single stick pointing at something like a big tree or another rock! Don't pick anything up until you're sure! Do you have a metal detector? The first set of pictures the second picture, can you a vertical shot of that. I didn't see a animal face . The turtle in the picture cracked forming the the head looking down!

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    The last picture looking down the river the fish boulder,and down you have another huge rock, dig around and look look on land ! This sure is a honey to me! A huge tribe of Indians lived around this area ! Check all the big trees

  14. #44
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    OMG...you’re right!!!!
    To the left coming at me!
    How will I know if it’s right...I pick up all kinds of rocks...small ones...all the time?
    I do not have a metal detector but seriously thinking about it after being on this site!!!!

  15. #45
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    There are a LOT of huge trees and loads of dead pine needles all around them!!!! You know what they say about a needle in a haystack...well.

 

 
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