Event / Plaster and Adobe Work

Mud Slinger’s Mele

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Last Saturday and Sunday we hosted the Volunteers for the Outdoors at Coronado Historic Site, they gave us a helping hand, and got a little dirty in the process. They helped Rangers John and Ethan with various projects around the site. John put them to work restoring the footprint of the Double Kiva in the northern plaza of Kuaua. The Double Kiva was a square kiva built in the 1400s, abandoned for a short time, then another smaller square kiva was built inside of the previous one. Ethan and his helpers were working on constructing the new Junior Ranger Laboratory, where students will get a hands on experience participating in a replicated archaeological dig, and will open to the public late August. We sincerely appreciate the the help from the VFO, and their work definitely makes a huge difference at our site.

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