This sign basically tells the story. The Salado Indians occupied the site between 1250 and 1450 A.D.
They had these dead critters in a bowl. I took a long look to try and condition myself in case I run into one in Yelapa. I live in Phoenix and I've never seen a scorpion. Go figure! Aren't they pretty! (I'm repeating that over and over to myself.)
The restored pueblo.
There was a ladder to the second level with a caution sign.
I passed on the climb, but Craig, of course, couldn't resist.
The gourd garden was at the front of the site. I'd love to take some home and dry them!
And that's the end of my photos from the Globe, Arizona trip. Hopefully towards the end of this week, I'll be back to posting photos of Mexico and beaches! Woo hoo!