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Even one hundred and forty million miles from the Sun, the unfiltereddaylight was harsh and the reflection of it from the crimson sand hurthis eyes. The vault of the blue-black sky was too high; the desert plainwas too flat and too silent, and save for the thin Martian wind thatwhorled delicately-fluted traceries in the low dunes that were the onlyinterruption in the flatness, there was no motion, and the planet wastoo still.
The flat, wide-tracked vehicle swerved in a tight arc, throwing up lowruby-colored clouds on either side. Its engines throbbed a new note ofpower, and it scuttled in a straight line across the desert floor like afleck of shiny metal drawn by an unseen magnet. Behind it rose athinning monument of green-black smoke, and between its tracks was awavering line of indentations in the sand already half-obliterated bythe weight of their own shallow walls. But they became deeper as thevehicle raced ahead; and then at length they ended, and the vehiclehalted.
The surfaces of some rock faces are coated with a black substance called "desert varnish," which is a result of chemical action perhaps modified further by microscopic plants. Leached from the rock by movement of water, iron and manganese are deposited on the rock's surface as water emerges and evaporates over thousands of years. These blackened surfaces were favored as ideal sites for the carved picture writing of the Valley's first inhabitants.
The men, using spears and atlatls, hunted bighorn sheep, the most important source of food. The women and children caught rabbits, hares, tortoises, and other reptiles and collected and prepared plants to supplement their diet of sheep. After the bighorn population declined from over-hunting or became wary of the hunters, the families abandoned their camps only to return as the sheep once again repopulated the area. During time of good hunting and leisure, these people created elaborate artistic designs (called petroglyphs) on some of the rock faces by carefully pecking into the black desert varnish on the surface of the sandstone.
We share the Valley with desert woodrats whose collections of sticks and old bones fill special crevices in the rocks. We visit with tarantulas, white-tailed antelope ground squirrels, and black-tailed jackrabbits. We talk to lizards sunning themselves or as they scamper out of our way. Canyon wrens and desert sparrows sing for us and ravens call as they fly overhead. We find multicolored petrified wood, including whole trunks of the Araucarian pines, whose sides have little troves of minute crystals sparkling in the sun, and we see rocks whose rough gray bodies guard fossil seashells, corals, sponges, and sea lilies from the time when the Valley was a watery world ocean teeming with life.
Occasional spring rains fill the long-empty stream channels with rushing torrents that are here and gone in a wink and in their passing soften the soil with moisture. Despite the water's hurry, potholes in the channels' rocks hold water for a time in quiet pools, a reprieve from the drying winds of a thirsty land. Here, in the magic of the moment, we cool our feet after a long day's walk over sand and rock. Here, too, are strange little flies resting on the water's surface only to be blown hither and yon by playful breezes that murmur of days gone by, of today, and of days yet to come as they waltzed over the desert floor creating swirls of dust in their passing.
Although we don't spend as much time in this part of the Valley because we discover it so late, this land of rainbow sandstones and open space is somehow gentler, softer, and more feminine than the land of the Dinosaur's Backbone, and it has a powerful effect on us. We share it the large desert iguana and desert horned lizard, as well the gridiron-tailed lizard, canyon wrens, ravens, swallows, swifts, black-tailed jackrabbits, and coyotes. And it's only here that we see the distinctive tracks of the sidewinder, a small rattlesnake living in the sandy areas. 041b061a72