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INTAGLIOS

Mastamho from head to toe. An old timer along the river once told me that those intaglios were the work of cubscouts in 1930. He claimed to have been one of the cubs himself.
Hysterical Journey to Historic Places

February 19th 2015
BLYTHE INTAGLIOS No journey through the river country would be complete without a visit to the Blythe Intaglios. They are about 15 miles north of Blythe on the west side of Highway 95 west of the river. An intaglio is a place where the desert varnish has been scraped away as a geoglyph exposing the underlying clay bed which is lighter in color. Petroglyphs are small pictures chipped ... read more
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