Way up the trails above the sleepy little town that once was the State Capital of Utah, is a wonderful dusty red trail up past Chalk Creek ~ head on up higher still among the lizards and desert roses and junipers. Continue reading Chalk Creek, Utah, Mystery Glyphs
On a hot, sunny, Memorial Day in 2013 we took a trip down to Delta, Utah with the intent of visiting the old Topaz Japanese Interment Camp. We stopped in town to ask directions and headed out to the desert in search of this place we had heard stories about, but had never seen.
Around 1997 or ’98 on a warm day, we found out there were some petroglyphs to be had down the road in Lake Point, so I took my sister to take pictures just above the Great Salt Lake, in the foothills of the mountains. Continue reading Lake Point, Utah Petroglyphs
the day is April 19th, 2004 and we are taking a little trip down to Emery County, Utah to a little trail off the beaten path to unusual petroglyph panels called the Rochester Creek Panels
these glyphs have been much argued about as Fremont, Barrier, Hopi and even Egyptian, click on the pictures to see better details Continue reading breathe in the dust
Growing up in a large family one has only a few choices:
Laundry, Kitchen or Garden/Yard work.
With twelve kids, the choice for me was Garden Continue reading The Tender Touch of a Vine