|Dos Cabezas Siding|
I have never been out to Indian Hill or the Dos Cabezas area so I used a Jerry Schads guide to follow the road out. It was bumpy but easy in my 4x4 truck. There was one section right after Dos Cabezas siding that looked as though it suffered from the recent rains, I don't think a passenger car would have made it past that point.
|Dos Cabezas Rd|
Not sure where the pictographs were exactly I started looking at every hill out there. After 3 hours and lots of boulder climbing I realized I was not going to find any rock art. The whole time I was thinking why would anyone now or 6000 years ago climb way up these boulders to draw on rocks..?? I knew I was looking in the wrong place. It was getting late and I decided instead to focus on all of the other really cool things about being in the desert, the beautiful landscape, the solitude, the catclaw stuck in my legs....
|The bees were out on almost all of the plants|
|Really nice cave|
When I got home I did more research on the rock art and after looking at several photographs from other sites I realized I was right on it but somehow missed it. I will definitly go back out and spend more time looking not just for the cave but also at all of the other incredible things in that area of the desert.
|Morteros near large cave|
|Large Yoni rock carving|
|Pictographs at Indian Hill|