Tuesday, July 6, 2010

The Petrogyphs of Sego Canyon, Utah

Remember back on June 28 in Travelling Writers; Writing Travellers: Why to Keep a Journal when I mentioned that I had photos to illustrate the post but hadn't had time to scan and edit them?

Well, I finally scanned one. Yep, just one. I didn't want anyone to think I'd suddenly become industrious or efficient.

Here are the petroglyphs in Sego Canyon, just off I-70 near Thompson Springs, Utah.


That's it for today. I'm working my way through my To-Do List. Must keep moving.

16 comments:

Mason Canyon said...

Beautiful photo. Thanks for sharing. (And good luck on working that list down.)

Mason
Thoughts in Progress

Karen Walker said...

Lovely, Patricia. Good luck with your to do list. That's what I'm working on today as well.
karen

Ann Best said...

Good job! (as my daughter would say) Makes me a bit homesick for that gorgeous country (and dryer air, though it IS very hot there too) in southern Utah, especially right now with heat and humidity so high on the East coast.

Margot Kinberg said...

Beautiful 'photo! Thanks for sharing it.

Patricia Stoltey said...

I'm getting comments through my e-mail, but they're not showing up here at the blog -- wonder what Blogger is up to now.

Patricia Stoltey said...

And suddenly all the comments appear. Wow. It's like magic.

welcome to my world of poetry said...

Wonderful photos hope this reaches you have had trouble with sending and recieving comments.

Yvonne,

Alex J. Cavanaugh said...

Beautiful place.

Hart Johnson said...

It's gorgeous, isn't it? Great pic! (and great notes that you remember what it is!)

Clarissa Draper said...

That's really cool. I love Utah and all of it's wonderous sights.

CD

Ciss B said...

You are to be applauded! As an ADHD adult I know what it means to be lost in my lists! I often work my way through the list - and then actually begin to actually get some things accomplished off it! :-)

Love your photo, by the way.

Jan Morrison said...

Patricia - yours is the kind of humour that I most adore!
Wonderful picture - I love this landscape. I want more but of course I wouldn't DREAM of interfering with your to-do list!

Patricia Stoltey said...

Just so you know, I stopped working on my To Dos to add new items to the list. Now the list is longer than it was when I started.

"Hah! I speet on you, To Do List. I crumple you, then I smoothe you out and feed you to my shredder. Bahahahaha."

That wasn't me. I have no idea who said that.

Terry Odell said...

I find it much more rewarding to have a "things I've done" list. Going from a blank page to a full one beats erasing things. Must be the writer mentality.

Jane Kennedy Sutton said...

I love petrographs. I’ve seen a few in other places. They always make me wonder about the people who wrote them and the story they were telling.

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