Monday, February 20, 2006

Woody Whacker and the Glyphs

Made a pilgrimage to the Deer Valley Rock Art Center, where Indians (everyone born in America is a native American) left samples of their art on the rocks. No one is sure what the images actually portray, though there are a lot of theories. My theory is they were just plain bored - back in their day all that was there were rocks and sand - lots of rocks.



Woody Whacker, the Gnome decided to act up a bit by "finishing the glyph"



Trying to get his corn ground:


And poisoning the water hole



All kidding aside it is an interesting park and worth a look-see if you are out in Phoenix, especially if you are interested in rock art...



Don't forget to bring your pack Huskies!!