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    Mansard Alcove

    Headed out to the alcove to burn off some of those extra calories from
    the fest...

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    Edin Na Zu !

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    Neat stuff! I'll ask the question that's probably been asked a million times: I wonder if the writing actually meant anything of substance, or was it just doodling?
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    Quote Originally Posted by rockgremlin View Post
    Neat stuff! I'll ask the question that's probably been asked a million times: I wonder if the writing actually meant anything of substance, or was it just doodling?
    Seems like alot of work and time to just be doodling. The field of
    archeoacoustics is researching how rock art might help understand how human
    language has evolved.

    https://archaeologynewsnetwork.blogs...oKV9lGbiJRv.99

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    Edin Na Zu !

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    Quote Originally Posted by rockgremlin View Post
    Neat stuff! I'll ask the question that's probably been asked a million times: I wonder if the writing actually meant anything of substance, or was it just doodling?
    How about "it depends" in the instance. Andif it was collocated, all the more fun to figure out which is which.

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    "I see my path, but I don't know where it leads. Not knowing where I'm going is what inspires me to travel it."
    This quote by
    Rosalia de Castro has always struck a chord with me , I wander the desert in search of those who came before for no other reason than curiosity. I have my ideas of how and why but every outing reveals more mysteries than answers.
    I hope I never lose the ability to see things with a child like wonder and the desire to seek
    out more and more sites.
    Edin Na Zu !

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