In October 2010, we visited a very isolated geoglyph way out in the Great Basin desert, all by itself, on a basalt hill. It was an interesting discovery for us. There are some other Native American camps in the area but no petroglyphs that I could find. But, besides the remoteness, what makes this interesting is the height of the rocks stacked to make the geoglyph. They are all good sized basalt boulders, typically 9 – 12 inch in diameter, and stacked three or four tall. The rock circles that are part of the geoglyph seem like they could have been used for housing rings.

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