The cliff-dwelling ancestral Pueblo people of Mesa Verde National Park Colorado. Apart from the overall peoples of the southwest United States the spread out, and… Read More »The Ancestral Pueblo Mesa Verde National Park
Our travels throughout the United States or the USA are mostly centered around tourist locations and National Parks. We have been slowly making our way to most of the major locations within the South West, West Coast, and the Pacific Northwest. You will find an array of photography, videos, and articles detailing the major subjects, and help help you organize your next trip within the USA.
Introduction The Canyons of the Ancients National Monument and the ancestral Pueblo peoples are spread out among four major sites. The overall area encompasses more… Read More »Canyons Of The Ancients Pueblo Cultural Sites
Q & A Chaco Culture National Historical Park and Campground The park is laid out with two main loop roads with pullout areas that allow… Read More »Chaco Culture National Historical Park and Campground
Introduction The Bandelier National Monument has an infrastructure that enables many types of people to enjoy one of the United States Archeological wonders. A true… Read More »Bandelier National Monument Hiking Trails
During and after the great degression and into the great war WWII the American west was in rapid change. In this short article I go over some of the elements that have lead to the change and provide information of stimulus thought that will help you see how these events and policy’s impact us today.
The Petroglyphs National Monument presents a unique environment where one can explore the past of the Pueblo peoples and enjoy a great hike in the… Read More »Albuquerque’s Petroglyph National Monument Exploration & Adventure
Exploring the Southwest comes with an abundance of places to explore. New Mexico is no different and one only needs to look at a map, and there south of Albuquerque is the White Sands National Monument. I drove in from the south, via an east to the west corridor through the top side of the Lincoln National Forest.