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    The "Naming" Cave

    This is down by Gunlock, the scenario was the same as the Cedar glyphs, we had a picture that revealed a couple mountains, it was enough.

    The slab at the cave entrance has all the petroglyphs on it. I couldn't believe how big it was compared to the pics I had been able to see.

    Heres the cave.
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    This is the top of the fallen slab you see in the entrance
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    those are way cool !! thanks for the pics

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    From inside the cave

    The exposed climb(required to get to cave)
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    Theres a cool little "skinny" slot behind the cave area, it goes through for maybe 100yds.

    And I didn't do anything to enhance the green, there is a spring there and it contained water in this spot.
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    Quote Originally Posted by oldno7 View Post
    This is the top of the fallen slab you see in the entrance
    That's incredible. I've never seen such extensive repatination of petroglyphs!

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    Quote Originally Posted by goomba271 View Post
    That's incredible. I've never seen such extensive repatination of petroglyphs!
    There's really no patina at all on the rock, which is why the petroglyphs and the natural surface appear the same color.
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    patina...

    Quote Originally Posted by Udink View Post
    There's really no patina at all on the rock, which is why the petroglyphs and the natural surface appear the same color.
    Thanks for that Dennis! My mistake.

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