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We came across these pecked steps on the way back down from “The Procession Panel” near the crest of Comb Ridge, San Juan County, Utah.
A corner notched, expanded stem projectile point found near the crest of Comb Ridge, San Juan County, Utah.
This petroglyph panel is located in one of the numerous small canyons, on Comb Ridge in San Juan County, Utah.
Comb Ridge is located in San Juan County, Utah and is administered by the Monticello Field Office, BLM. The Comb is a must visit, along with the rest of Cedar Mesa. You can get information on road conditions, water availability, … Continue reading
I will probably never own a “digital reader” or “wireless reading device”. I love books too much to ever consider trading in the feel of a real one in my hands for the technological convenience of having hundreds of books downloaded onto … Continue reading
Last month we took a quick trip down to do some exploring on Comb Ridge, in San Juan County, Utah. The Comb is a geological “wonder” extending north to south, over 160 kilometers in southern Utah and northern Arizona. My goal for this trip was the Procession Panel.. Continue reading