Recently two close friends of mine journeyed to the North Rim of the Grand Canyon near Torowheap to visit the ancient Shaman's Gallery which is nested on the side of a wash about 3 miles down from the rim. The drive there from Phoenix is about 9 hours. This was Diane's birthday trip to the Canyon and I was supposed to go along but daughter duties prevailed. I've included some pictures of their visit to this incredible gallery. What I find interesting about these images is they are not typical of Native American petroglyphs or pictographs that I've seen. Some of the animals look familiar, but most of the figures are quite different from any I have seen. The images are pictographs; all done with pigment. I can only imagine what they looked like when freshly painted. I find them fascinating. Enjoy!