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(September 19-23, 2007)

Jean Guy Lathuilière

TROIGROS Restaurant: French Haute Cuisine's Sanctuary

Charles M. (Chuck) Lampman

Anasazi Pueblos

Mesa Verde National Park, Dolores, Colorado, USA

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© 2007 Charles M. (Chuck) Lampman, All Rights Reserved.


The People Who Went Before were sustained by the sandstone canyons of the southwest for 1000 years.

The Anasazi people, generally believed to be the ancestors of the Navajo, Hopi and other southwest tribes, flourished from about 300 BC to 1300 AD in the canyons of the Colorado Plateau, an uplifted area of sandstone several thousand feet thick that includes parts of New Mexico, Colorado, Utah and Arizona. Water seeping through the sandstone created springs, and erosion created huge overhangs that sheltered their multi-level homes. Canyon bottoms were farmed then, and many canyons continue to be farmed by their decendents, the Navajo people.

USA-Canada / USA-Colorado

Lat: 37° 11' 2.02" N
Long: 109° 30' 14.36" W

Elevation: 6823 feet

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Precision is: Unknown / Undeclared.

Nikon D70s, Nikon 10.5mm, Nodal Ninja 2

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