One of the world’s largest rock art collections, dating from 5,000 BC to 1400 AD, can be toured on a private cattle ranch near Winslow Arizona. over 3,000 petroglyphs grace the walls of a small, easily accessible two-mile long canyon that runs through Rock Art Canyon Ranch, the 5,000 acre home of rancher Brantley Baird. It’s long been a sacred site, where hunting and gathering groups and semi-nomadic farmers left their mark, with hogans and sweat lodge still used by local tribes. Brantley and grandaughter Tori also offer access to archeologists and to the public of on-site tours of the canyon’s rock art, the pots and artifacts he found on the land, and pioneer relics, as well as to us with their photos and stories.
Hosted by Laura Lee and Paul Robear. Conversation4Exploration, Conversation 4 Exploration, Conversation for Exploration, Cuyamungue: Felicitas D. Goodman Institute, The Laura Lee Show