Hello to all my fishing friends and customers from Three Rivers Petroglyph Site in New Mexico.
I have really enjoyed my extended vacation near Ruidoso, New Mexico and would like to share with you one of my sightseeing trips.
THREE RIVERS PETROGLYPH SITE
Is one of the few locations in the Southwest set aside solely because of its rock art. It is also one of the few sites giving visitors such direct access to petroglyphs. The number and concentration of petroglyphs here make it one of the largest and most interesting petroglyphs sites in the Southwest. More than 21,000 glyphs of birds, humans, animals, fish, insects and plants, as well as numerous geometric and abstract designs are scattered over 50 acres of New Mexico's northern Chihuahuan Desert. The petroglyphs at Three Rivers, dating back to between about 900 and 1400 AD, were created by Jornada Mogollon people who used stone tools to remove the dark patina on the exterior of the rock. A small pueblo ruin is nearby and Sierra Blanca towers above to the east.
October will be here soon and I am looking forward to the first indication that cooler weather is approaching. After several months of hot weather sand bass, hybrid stripers and catfish will become more active as they build up their fat reserve for the coming winter resulting in some great fishing trips.
Why not give you me a call at 214-728-3310 and let's do some fishing. You can visit my web site at www.texasfishingguide.net
for trip information and pictures.