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Thursday, February 12, 2015

No Where in Utah

UPDATE: I kept this location quiet for near 25 years, today I learn there is now a guided tour to it?

 Why? Why would you now want to get a large number of people to go see it?

I would like to think that others knew its location besides myself which I am sure is the case, and they let the cat out of the bag, need we talk about Soldiers Pass?

But... I have told a couple in recent years... It's hard not to...  I love to share, but so do others and the more people that learns of the locations, the more traffic the sites receive, and carelessness of those who know, in consideration as to whom they show...

Let's see how long it takes for this place to be destroyed... At least we now have a name, I hope you know what you're doing Bud... I made the same mistake many years ago and the site is now obliterated...

This is one of the reasons why I have stopped telling where these sites are...
I just struggle with this sort of thing when I spent so many years documenting sites such as this, only to read Today "here is an arch (and petroglyphs) that you've never heard of" from someone
who didn't know just months ago...

All I ask is... Be responsible people,
I am a firm believer that the best form of preservation is silence...


From January 26th 2005

Here is one of those remote places that few travel to,
across the seeming ugly desert, 
yet beauty is all around... A well preserved site.

The local tribe has a legend of a day long ago when the creator
was so angered at the two tribes in the area warring all the time, 
so he picked up the red mountain and threw it down on them.

What possible meaning could the author have intended?

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