Jack, a well trained dog. Will continue to sit while we walk away but then with the command, "break", …..
…..! A rest day so heard about petroglyphs within Honeybee Canyon. Parking off Rancho Vistoso (see illustration below for parking), we enter a wash, walk beneath the road and follow the wash for a little over a mile.
Walking in deep sand is not much fun but eventually the ground firms. In the above image, the rectangle shaped boulder on the right is what you are trying to find. But, I took this image farther up the trail, looking back so you'll look for the boulder on your left as you hike the wash.
These are all over the valley if you know where to look. The petroglyphs are on the side facing the wash and also....
….on the right side.
This is about as easy a hike as one can find, that also has a worthwhile destination.