Tuesday, August 25, 2009

Canyons of the Ancients

The Hovenweep ruins are just one set of rock buildings at the head of a small canyon. Like cliff swallow nests. There are 800-year old Anasazi ruins like these all over the Southwest, but in this maze of canyons, they are literally everywhere. Inside the national monument, there are over 6000. That's 100 per square mile.

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