On our second day in the desert, we rode toward the pyramid-shaped Head Spur.
Daisy enjoyed a dip in a pool.
Steve pointed out the Princess pictograph, which is faint now, faded by with sun and weather.
Behind some brush, a pour-off marks the entry of Moqui Canyon into the Spur Fork.
These small pictographs, only a couple of inches tall, have amazing detail. The 4 figures on the right wear elaborate headdress. They seem to be under some kind of tent or overhang. On the right, we see 3 figures, a bird and a couple of insects? It's always interesting to try to interpret ancient drawings.
On a rock wall near the Head Spur, we saw this rock art. Someone in 1924 made his/her mark.
We rode back to the trailer at a trot, covering some rough country.