Friday, May 9, 2014


Do you know the petroglyphs at Wedding Rocks on the Olympic coast?  There are more, but this group (whales and face figures that may represent the sun & moon) are the most notable. Although the interpretations of their "meaning" are basically guesswork, the "goosebumpy" feeling you get searching them out is very real.  They have weathered centuries about a mile south of the old Ozette village site in an outcrop of jumbled granite.  Look carefully so you don't miss them and you'll also discover the amazing artwork of wind, water and aquatic creatures that has made some spectacular rock art of the non-human sort.

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