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A Cedar Mesa Cliff Dwelling

At first glance it seems impossible to access, but there is a cliff dwelling located out on the end of this narrow “causeway.”  Just don’t misstep–it’s a long way down.

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Vertigo…

Despite my love for rock climbing, I have a healthy respect for (fear of) heights.  It applies to myself and anybody standing nearby.  When walking to the edge of some canyon overlook, I will be the first person to say … Continue reading

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Roadside Ruins ie. Drive-by Archaeology…

I’ve had people ask me if there are any archaeological sites to visit that don’t require “hiking”.  My first instinct is to ask “Why wouldn’t you want to take a nice hike?  That’s part of the fun!”  Well, for many, hiking isn’t … Continue reading

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