A Journey Ends…

Pecos – our last site and the end of our time as a whole group. Pecos National Historic Park is really interesting for us because it is a later pueblo, one the Spanish encounter (including Coronado!) and one that was a site of the Pueblo Revolt of 1680. The Pueblo Revolt of 1680 has a [...]

Wrapping it all up

Thank you so much to the Foundation for funding this trip! Here's a short video compilation of the 2019 History Field Studies class~

Chaco Canyon

Today we got up really early and drove to Chaco Canyon. We spent the whole day hiking and climbing and talking about how incredible ingenious the Pueblan people of 800-1200 were. We met a couple of Navajo rangers working on the restoration of one of the sites; they told us they try to keep the [...]

Mesa Verde

We were a little worried this morning, because it snowed yesterday and overnight. We could see the clouds over the mesa. But, we decided to test our luck and it paid off.  The drive up was dicey and the road out to the mesa was closed at first, but after about 30 minutes, they opened [...]