This historically significant petroglyph site is worth the drive. We went on a warm autumn day with the leaves drifting down around us as me moved into the valley where the site if found. There are ample signs describing the significance of this soapstone. Originally used to make bowls, and still having cuttings leading to new bowls never completed this became a story stone. We were in awe to see what remains from the weather. The place felt full of Spirit to me. I'm so glad we drove down to see it.
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