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EMERY — KSL's Alan Neves travelled down to Rochester Creek petroglyphs site with Garth Norman, a historian, and Lance Harding, a historian, to experience the equinox using rocks like the ancient inhabitants of Utah would.
Norman and Harding showed Neves about what they discovered regarding these rock formations that were used as a solar calendars. They also show what would happen and how the ancient people would interpret the rocks and petroglyphs to determine dates.
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