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help rock art identification

We found some rocks in our dry creek bed that look like rock art along with a black rock grinding stone. The grinding stone has 2 areas of grinding on one side and a flat smooth grinding area on the other side. Any help with this would be fantastic. We have photos of the rocks, we don't see where they can be uploaded on this email.
Thank you, Jim & Jan

From Jim Jan - March 25, 2013 at 14:07:56
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