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Visiting Quiet Ancient Ruins: Seven ideas for embarking on a meaningful journey into the past

Previously posted in November of 2014. I believe I experienced the windiest day of my life at the Wupatki National Monument in Arizona last weekend. As I leaned into the barreling winds, walking amongst the ancient ruins, I felt like I was rushing along and not really taking it all in even though I was there all day. 663 more words

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After the Kachina Dance at Moenkopi, I drove south to Cameron for dinner, photographing the golden light of evening on the sandstone cliffs south of Tuba City on the way. 574 more words


Wupatki National Monument: Monsoon Experience

We’d known that a big storm was on its way.

Black clouds were at a distance across the Painted Desert. The summer is Monsoon Season in the West, so the timing was right for an afternoon storm. 411 more words

Native American Style Flutes

First Stop on Our Easter Get Away

Easter Sunday we headed to Utah.

Our first stop was just North of Flagstaff, AZ.

This is the mountain you see as you travel near Flagstaff, AZ. 137 more words


Wupatki National Monument Videos

Checkout the videos I took at Wupatki National Monument.


Wupatki National Monument Photos

We got to also visit Wupatki National Monument this afternoon after visiting Sunset Crater. Here are some of the photos. I’ll have to post some of the videos later.


Wupatki National Monument - Arizona

Wupatki National Monument
N of Flagstaff, AZ


Junior Ranger – Senior Friendly

Completed: August 1, 2014

Wupatki National Monument is one of three national park sites surrounding Flagstaff, AZ; Sunset Crater National Monument and Walnut Canyon National Monument are near by. 240 more words

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