The Signal Hill petroglyphs are accessible and intriguing. They were created 800 years ago by the Hohokam and can be found in Saguaro National Park. This hike was one of the highlights of our visit to Tucson. Follow our tracks...
Signal Hill: a scrubby pile of rocks.
I love this photo.
I'll never forget our visit to Boquete Bees in Panama. Back then, the guide and bee-keeper pointed out ancient petroglyphs embedded here-and-there on the honey farm. She said the rock swirls were sacred energy markers. I don't know what the Hohokam intended when they created their spirals, but I like to imagine it is the site of an ancient vortex.
I know it is the site of desolate beauty.
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