We left and headed south toward Bluff and the petroglyphs at Sand Island. We stopped at Comb Ridge Coffee and both had delicious avocado veggie sandwiches and iced tea. It's a nice place that sells local art and other cool items. Very rustic building with many interesting details. It was pretty quiet, and the lady who made the sandwiches came out and talked with us about gardening and the trials and tribulations of warding off varmints. It is always fun talking to locals, and the locals in Utah are usually willing to slow down and chat. And they are some of the nicest people you’ll ever meet.
We drove on down to Sand Island.
It was early afternoon and the glare on the rock art made viewing and photographing difficult. We clicked away knowing that photoshop can do amazing things. Especially amusing was the more recent “Custer died for your sins”…indeed!