Posted on September 10, 2012 by Rio
On my way back to Tucson, AZ, I stopped at the Gila Cliff Dwellings National Monument.
The bridge to the caves
From a distance
A two-story building, about six families used to live in these cliffs, a window to the world of our ancestors.
The way out
With a good-looking ranger
Trees growing on sheer cliff
A beautiful hiker on her way out
My camp by the Gila River, a javelina just went by. I thought they always moved in packs.
Filed under: Perspective | Tagged: Ancestors, caves, Gila Cliff Dwellings, gila cliff dwellings national monument, gila river, javelina, New Mexico, sheer cliff, Travel, Tucson AZ, vacation |