Wednesday, July 8, 2020
Painted Rocks Ask Hikers to Contemplate Change
Pamela Ridgway’s initials now stand for Painted Rocks.
Sunday, June 14, 2020


You may have seen something besides wildflowers popping up around the trails of the Wood River Valley this summer.

They’re painted rocks that say things like, “Vote 2020,” “All Lives Matter,” “Long-Term Change” and “Peace.”

The woman behind them is Pamela Ridgway, a teacher who has spent part of her summer vacation painting rocks and leaving them along trails near Rotarun Ski Area, in Greenhorn, in the Draper Preserve and at the Heart Tree near Heagle Park.

You may have seen this rock on Two-Dog Trail in Croy Canyon.

“I just hope I can make people think about ways to create change as they walk along,” she said. “And I hope I can contribute to systematic change in the country.”


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