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Explore the Hole in the Rock

by Bev Theberge on

Visit Hole N" The Rock, a most unique home, carved out of a huge rock in Utah's Canyonlands Country. This historic 5,000 square foot home and unusual gift shop and trading post are open all year. Take a guided tour of the home during business hours.... Read full article

Ancient Attractions- Aztec Ruins National Monument

by Bev Theberge on

Is the wonder that visitors feel when they visit the Aztec Ruins National Monument by design? Why did the ancestral Pueblo people build so big at Aztec Ruins? The answers are elusive- and intriguing. Come visit the Aztec Ruins in Aztec New Mexico.... Read full article

Ignacio, Colorado


Ignacio, located in the Heart of Southwestern Colorado. Named after one of the great Ute Indian Chiefs that led his people through many difficult times, the Town of Ignacio is rich with cultural diversity from Indian, Caucasian and Hispanic heritage.... Read full article

The Southern Ute Museum- "Colorado's Longest Continuous Residents"

by Southern Ute Museum on

Visit the Southern Ute Museum to learn the history of the Ute People, the longest continuous residents of Colorado. Only a short drive from any area in the Four Corners Region, this museum makes a perfect day trip to learn about the area's history.... Read full article

Aztec, New Mexico


A visit to Aztec, New Mexico opens one up to the varied histories and stories of many cultures and thousands of years. ... Read full article

Bayfield, Colorado


The early residents of the Pine River Valley were the Ute Indians. Their descendants are still here, primarily on the Southern Ute Reservation and in the Ignacio area (south end of the valley). ... Read full article

Farmington, New Mexico


Northwestern New Mexico's ageless land of enchantment, striking landscapes, diverse culture, it's a land of astonishing scenery and a plethora of recreational opportunities to choose from. Their history is thousands of years old. ... Read full article

Mancos Valley, Colorado

by Marie Chiarizia on

Fall in Southwest Colorado is Spectacular and at 7,000 feet elevation, Mancos sits on the cusp of magnificent mountains and forests where you may camp, fish, mountain bike and hike and watch the Aspen gold fill the hillside.... Read full article