Thursday, July 19, 2012


From Norman Muller [not rock pile related]
Last year I visited Hovenweep National Monument along the Utah-Colorado border and took photos of the remarkable Anasazi architecture found there. The two photos attached are of the Holly House Unit, one of the most visually impressive archaeological sites I’ve ever seen.


pwax said...

Those sure look like long term defensive positions, to me. So at least two groups of people in the area.

pwax said...

I agree (as it is me). Looks like Hovenweep was build by people who were surrounded by hostiles. Who was it?