Annette had noticed the 'petroglyph' in two of the photos, and was sure she knew the area. So, these were the first rock formations we looked for, in that area.
To get the right angle, to close the rock formations together, they needed to be to the left in the photo, over by the entrance to the boardwalk. Below is a photo of Annette on the boardwalk to the petroglyphs. I am standing about on the spot were the sign was, before.
The sign is gone, but the spot is still there; the cement foundation and some fragments of the bricks.
Here, Annette looks at the remnants.
So, we achieved our goals. Earlier in the trip, we ate lunch at Chillzz.
Driving into town, we saw a Golden Eagle nearby the road.
And, along the road, in the park, two big-horn sheep lept across the road in front of us... then stopped nearby. I got a partial view, but Annette was able to get out of the car, stand up, and took this one.
This is a fairly rare occasion, so we really enjoyed it! ;-)
While on the petroglyph boardwalk, we met a nice couple and chatted a bit:
Leaving the park, I took this photo over the Visitor's Center - neat, huh? ;-)
It was another very good day! ;-)