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If you’re doing any amount of traveling in the Colorado Plateau, you’re going to be near some Native American ruins and rock art. The area was home to the Ancestral Puebloans – sometimes still referred to as the Anasazi even though that’s a Navajo word for “ancestors of our enemies” and has fallen out of…
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