Sunday, May 1, 2016
San Rafael Swell and Rock Art
We spent a couple of nights in the town of Green River, Utah, so we could revisit some favorite sites in the San Rafael Swell. The San Rafael Swell is a geological structure that has caused a 30 mile long wall of rock in central Utah.
The first place we revisited was the prehistoric pictograph site in Black Dragon Canyon.
Next we drove to the Head of Sinbad
On to revisit Dutchman's Arch
White-tailed Antelope Squirrel
Driving back towards Green River, we stopped at an overlook where I-70 bisects the San Rafael Swell.