June 21, 2014

Mesa Verde National Park

Tourist season is upon us and one of the best features of this area was the focus of my travels yesterday.  The site is a cliff dwelling built by folks circa 1200-1280 A.D.  The site archaeology began in 1910 and the Spruce Tree House is where the tourists are allowed to be there and partake. When you look over the cliffs, you can see many more dwellings and major sites.  The folks that lived here then had more folks living here then than we have here now.  So enjoy a few of the better pix.


Last picture is a Yucca Cactus.  Enjoyed the Day.  Namaste' ...  enjoy the solstice ... lemme

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