September 15 and 16 OVERNIGHT ARCHAEOLOGY ADVENTURE…
The Friends of Coronado Historic Site is hosting a 2-day trip to the Four Corners area of New Mexico to explore several archaeological sites that are open to the general public and some that require special permission to visit.
We will briefly visit Aztec National Monument to see the large ancestral Pueblo Great House and reconstructed kiva and then travel to a prehistoric pueblo ruin recently acquired by the Archaeological Conservancy. With time permitting we will visit other local prehistoric sites. On Sunday we’ll go to Largo, and Crow Canyons to view magnificent petroglyphs and pueblitos (Navajo/Puebloan structures). Linda Wheelbarger, an archaeologist from the San Juan Community College will provide interpretation. Our trip leaders will be Friends members Earlene Shroyer and Steve Rospopo and the coordinator is Pat Harris.
Caution: You must be physically fit for this trip.
If you are interested in the details, hotel, costs, restaurant, carpooling, signing up, please contact Pat Harris at firstname.lastname@example.org. Sign-up begins now! Please contact Pat before sending in your $20 non-refundable registration fee.
If you like archaeology, New Mexico remote country, seldom seen sites, explanation of what you are seeing, breathtaking views … this is the trip for you. Limit 20 people (we’re filling up fast).