Petroglyph Wall, Red Rock Canyon, Nevada
After lunch my husband and I took a drive on the Scenic Loop of Red Rock Canyon National Conservation Area. We stopped at a couple of places along the loop, but at the Willow Spring picnic area, we took the easy and short Petroglyph Wall trail to view the Petroglyph Wall. The trail is way too short to be called a hike. But it's a pleasant walk and the Petroglyphs are both fascinating and beautiful to look at.
Along the trail
The trail crosses Red Rock Wash
Gorgeous views from the trail
Las Vegas is nicknamed the "9th Island"
For lunch we dined at the Island Flavor on Durango Drive in the Windmill Plaza. This eatery was highly recommended and I now know why. Their menu is full of Hawaii local favorites, the serving portions are huge (compared to Aloha Kitchen), the prices won't break your pocketbook and the service is quick and full of ALOHA! We walked in and the place was filled with local Hawaiians.....it was like being back on the islands! The walls are decorated with hula implements and posters and photos of the islands. And there's Hawaiian music playing overhead while you dine. Original owners are from the Big Island and the chefs also own Island Style Cafe in San Diego, CA. I give this place 5 stars and highly recommend if you want to dine on Hawaiian local food! From now on this is my go-to place to kaukau, always!
Hawaiian Style Ahi Poke (1/2 pound)
Ronnie always orders Kalbi Short Ribs.
It comes with rice and Mac salad. Had a bite
of the Mac salad and it tastes like home!
They have "Daily Specials"
This was the Tuesday Special
Noodles and Grilled Teriyaki Chicken
And for dessert we split the Guava Cake!
I'm in love!