The Story Beyond The Picture

Before World War II, steam was the only available way for railroads to move freight and passengers. Diesel locomotives replaced steam in the 1950s

Photographer William Henry Jackson walked behind Kin Kletso and clambered up Chaco Canyon’s North Mesa in 1877. He named previously-overlooked¬†Pueblo Alto for its lofty

Earl Morris & Aztec Ruin Archeologist Earl H. Morris supervised excavation at Aztec Ruin during 1917-1934. You might say he was Aztec Ruins –

Salmon Ruin sits above the San Juan River between Farmington and Bloomfield, New Mexico. Draw a line between Pueblo Alto in Chaco Canyon and

I’d planned to check out Twin Angels, an Anasazi outlier along the Great North Road, on the drive from Farmington to Albuquerque. But we

Pierre’s Complex. Halfway House. Twin Angels.

Most of you wouldn’t know what the heck these were, but I’m looking for them.

So here I am, trying to book travel arrangements for my October wedding in Farmington, New Mexico. It didn’t used to be this complicated