At the end of a long day exploring pictographs around the badlands of Anza Borrego, we made one last stop – the Spoked Wheel Geoglyph.
This ceremonial site is a twenty-foot diameter rock alignment consisting of two circles with spokes connecting them. A native trail runs nearby.
The spirit of the place is somewhat muted by the wind turbines that tower overhead and vandalism but it is still a sacred site to those who came before. Please respect it.
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