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August 28, 2005
You have to wonder how the people climbed up and down the sheer drop hillsides on a daily basis.
From journal Indian Ruins Trip
Raleigh, North Carolina
May 23, 2004
The island is a large outcropping of rock into the canyon with a deep overhang. Here the ancient ones made their homes. They hauled up rocks and used clay to seal them. The soot from their fires still marks the "ceilings" of the rooms. Across the canyon on the facing side, you can see many other rooms that were built into the overhangs. The tenacity of these people bringing up families on the face of a cliff is astounding. There is also a hike along the rim to other ruins, but we didn't hike to that site.
From journal A Week in Wonderful Sedona