Paleo Indians made Seminole Canyon their home for thousands of years. At the time Egyptian pyramids were being erected, the locals here were painting images on the canyon walls. When asked what they represent and/or mean, our guides reply "what ever you see in them"
17 foot statue created by Bill Worrell
Our very knowledgeable guide explained
how the Indians used the flora and fauns
There was no one around to tell Flindefield this was a no no
Bedrock mortars holes
So many pictographs were painted on top of each other,
the bottom row is meaningless
Leopard frog tadpole
Young Leopard frog. Where there is water, there is life
Another great day with the WINs
There is a nice campground on site.