It is not often that one has the opportunity to walk in and participate in an UNESCO Historical Site. We enjoyed a beautiful, crisp autum day at the pueblo. Sitting along the Red Willow Creek and just looking at these beautiful adobe buildings was worth the admission. Every person we talked to was friendly. We enjoyed hearing about their artwork and their history. The frybread was delicious. Of course, we left with pottery and jewelry.
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