Judy and I and our friends, Terry and Sherry, had a great hike Sunday in the McDonald Creek Cultural Area, a part of McInnis Canyons National Conservation Area. I plan to write more about the area and the ancient Indian rock art there in a future history column for The Daily Sentinel. In the meantime, here’s a few photos from our trip. Above are two figures in an alcove near the Colorado River. Below are some pecked animal figures in another alcove closer to the trailhead. It’s a hike of a little over 4 miles roundtrip from the trailhead to the Colorado River and back.