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A few photos from Utah taken a few years ago.
Some beautifully preserved features from Pueblo structures along Comb Ridge. Clinging to the rock face “Moki” style. Most of this structure came down many years ago. The eroded sandstone forms perfect shelter for large structures. Only part of this remains. … Continue reading
Amazing county. Prehistoric people probably used every acre of this landscape in some way. More here: http://web.mac.com/paleotool/Paleotool/Comb_Ridge.html