After my move from Alabama and the
loss of my ISP storage there, this is my new/temporary website.
On June 21st, 2006, I video-taped the P104 petroglyph panel, near
Steinaker, in the early morning. This video shows the shadow
moving across that panel, which only occurs during the Summer
Solstice. This video has been sped up about 16x. So,
instead of taking 30 minutes, the event occurs over 2 minutes.
Small Steinaker Video (wmv
format, local copy)
Back in 2003, I took my brother-in-law on a trip to Rangely, Colorado,
to view the Summer Solstice there, after viewing the Steinaker
panel. It is just barely possible to view both on the same
day. In this case, we went the day after Summer Solstice.
This is close enough to still be able to see the effect. The
shadow bisects the targets only during the Solstice. The video of
the shadow movement has been sped up by a factor of 15x while the rest
of the video has been slowed by 2x or 3x.
Small Rangely Video (wmv format,
Here are the links for downloading a demo Windows screensaver that has
8 pictures of petroglyphs in Dry Fork Canyon:
800x600 Screensaver Demo
(1.8M zip file)
Demo (2.6M zip file)
Demo (3.2M zip file)
Because I am evaluating the software used to create this screensaver, a
nag screen will appear before the photos are displayed.
This screensaver should be viewable on Microsoft Windows
To install, download the zip file, unzip it, and then run the
To uninstall the screensaver, use the 'Add or Remove Programs' tool in
the Control Box.
As always, do a virus check on any downloaded executable, just to make
Here is a link to
Granddad Carroll's life story
Here is an online version of the book I put together:
The Pictographs of Ashley and Dry Fork Valleys in Northeastern Utah
Here is the Family Chart for indicating who gives to whom for Christmas:
Christmas Giving List
One of the projects I've worked on this last month was to catalogue the
DVDs that I have bought or created over the years. Each DVD (or
DVD case) has its own identification number, so I can find the DVD, if
I so desire. It is also just interesting to see what I've got.
One interesting thing I've found is the 'Way
Back Machine'. In effect, some of my previous websites has been
preserved. So, while it might not be 100% complete and
accessible, some of it is. So this is sort of a cheap way to get
access to those photos and information. Unfortunately, it doesn't
appear to be complete enough for my original website, which had
thousands of photos on it.
The Internet Way Back Machine
Alabama website (on BellSouth) from mid-2004
The Alabama website has links to a lot of Mississippian-era
mounds in the South and some Civil War-era forts in Louisiana.
One extra feature, which surprisingly still works, is my photo album,
which has various photos from Utah and Colorado.
Alabama Photo Album
Copyright 2005, Paul Carroll.
Created on January 1, 2005.
Updated on July 1, 2014.