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After catching up on the travel blog,we headed to Montezuma Castle National Monument to see Cliff Dwellings along Wet Beaver Creek. Archaeologists believe that the Verde Valley area has had various groups of people living here from 1500 years ago. Cliff dwellers appeared about 1125. For reasons that are not clear, around 1400, the Sinagua [meaning “without water”] left the ...
Today we had a beautiful morning drive through evergreen forests of northern Arizona. We were now at a high enough altitude to have left the desert behind. We crossed Interstate 40 at about lunchtime. Looking for a place to stop for lunch, we saw a sign for Homolovi State Park. Not exactly on the top of our bucket list (we'd never heard of it) but they would surely have picnic tables so we turned off the highway and began driving across a ...
... to scramble over and climb up rocks, some I slip down on my butt as its easier, all the while the river is tumbling on, it's really beautiful and nobody about. On and on we go, it's getting a lot harder in some places but then we can see a huge cave to our right and ahead the natural stone arch with the waterfall pouring down, spectacular. There's an old guy there who has come down some steps the easy way to our right (that we don't know ...
... intended. Can't help it if Bob can't make a tight turn - haha. There are lots of houseboats on the lake and it seems the level is controlled by the Glen Canyon Dam. We started seeing boat storage places well before we saw any water and it was clear the water level was low.
We crossed over into Arizona and came through Page. At a gas station there we met a ...
... 0"> In fact, the dwelling was abandoned more than 40 years before Montezuma was born, and was not a "castle" in the traditional sense, but instead functioned more like a "prehistoric high rise apartment complex".