This waddle and daub grainery was thrilling to observe.  It's construction is unique for this period, but reflects how the Anasazi were creative at using whatever they had to create what they needed.  It is  fun to imagine the hands that left the finger prints as they applied the clay to seal the structure.
This beautiful gray-ware hand coiled pot was amazing to see, stashed beneath this massive slab of rock.  Given it's pristine condition, t was most likely left there by its Anasazi creator to be retrieved at a later date.  We practice the "outdoor museum" philosophy: whatever we find, we leave in place for others to enjoy discovering in it's natural setting.

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