Tuesday, January 18, 2000

Possibly my last evening in Cedar City.

Sorry for not having much of a change in my status to report!  However, if there is a place to get stuck, this is a good one.  The rest has been very beneficial, this is a pleasant community and Utah is a very nice state.

I was told today that I could have my car by noon tomorrow!  We shall see...

This morning, after stopping by the shop, I drove north on Route 15, exiting in the town of Parowan.  To the west of town was a place called Parowan Gap, with many fine examples of petroglyphs.  After doing a little hiking and climbing (there was a neat cave,) I drove back into town and did a little shopping.  Otherwise, I relaxed and read a bit.

Routes traveled today: 15 - an unnamed dirt road - 130

Watch for my report tomorrow night (if I have access) to see what happens!  Thank you again for reading the page...Igor

Hotel: Econo Lodge

Gas: None

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Plaque stating that the Parowan Gap Petroglyphs site was placed on the "National Register of Historic Places in 1969."

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Petroglyphs in the center of the shot.

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Drawings on the left and right rock face.

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This rock was inside a small cave on the south face of the gap.

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A view of the right side of the Parowan Gap, as viewed from the east.

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Another view with another tourist to give size perspective

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A closer look at the rock in the previous picture.

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More drawings

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Plaque describing the site.

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One last shot of a drawing before heading west to Route 130.

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