Wildcat Creek stone with Native American carvings

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Just upstream from where the trail crosses the creek, a stone has similar cups carved into it as the stone at the bottom of Canyon Trail Park. While the cups appear to be perhaps from weathering from the force of water, their regularity and location suggests human origin. Like the cups carved into the stone at Canyon Trail Park, rock mortars are not the best explanation, but perhaps something of ceremonial use.

Just upstream from where the trail crosses the creek, a stone has similar cups carved into it as the stone at the bottom of Canyon Trail Park. While the cups appear to be perhaps from weathering from the force of water, their regularity and location suggests human origin. Like the cups carved into the stone at Canyon Trail Park, rock mortars are not the best explanation, but perhaps something of ceremonial use.