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Rock Art And Archeoastronomy At Chaco Canyon

Rock Art And Archeoastronomy At Chaco Canyon

Chaco. To students of U.S. Archeology, that word means 4-story stone buildings before the Spaniards came to America, Great Kivas that witnessed ceremonies we can only guess at, and stone-edged roadways extending in all directions – all this from a people without...
The Observatory At Chimney Rock

The Observatory At Chimney Rock

Natural Survival We’ve forgotten things our ancestors depended on for survival. We ignore events in the skies, watching TV or computer screens in our homes instead, and get our food from the grocery store. Chimney Rock, Colorado Food, Shelter and Seasons The...
Narrow-Gauge Steam From Colorado

Narrow-Gauge Steam From Colorado

Everyone talks about ‘the foliage’ in New England every fall, but you don’t have to go that far. Aspens and cottonwoods in the West turn mountainsides and fields bright yellow every autumn. One of the best ways to see those fall colors is on a steam...
Wrong Turns To Twin Angels Outlier

Wrong Turns To Twin Angels Outlier

We weren’t lost, but I wasn’t exactly sure where we needed to be. “Hmmm… this could be it. We’re not supposed to drive down into the canyon, so take the left-hand spur.” Behind the wheel, my wife Pat was understandably concerned...
Rock Art, Anasazi Ruins And Snow

Rock Art, Anasazi Ruins And Snow

You can deal with storms, right? I mean, you’re pre-shrunk, aren’t you? Besides, clouds make for more interesting skies. Our Navajo guide Oscar Bia probably thought I was just a crazy billegana (white person) when I asked him to remove the roof of his jeep...