Frijoles Canyon, Bandelier National Monument 📸 @crj5
Back in Oregon, drinking lots of coffee and trying to keep up with this busy term. #bandelier #throwback
We drove down to Santa Fe for MLK and the cute town did not disappoint. But the highlight was Bandelier National Monument. It was the home of the Pueblo tribe over 400 years ago. It’s gorgeous and many of the Pueblo cliff dwellings are still intact. Totally worth a 10 hour drive. And for those that know me well, no, I didn’t climb the highest ladders, mostly because Mike hates it when I get scared and cry and swear in public. #afraidofheights #bandeliernationalmonument
Pueblos in Bandelier National Monument. The second photo is of domes that formed in the rock and then became exposed when the rock faces fell off.
Peeking through the rocks at Bandelier National Monument
And now back to regular photos of #emilyin
🍇 (after this one of course)
The Alcove House, Bandelier National Monument.
Monday has me thinking about this place. Frijoles Canyon, Bandelier National Monument.
Another great day in the New Mexico outdoors with @crj5
On my visit to New Mexico, I was shown the Bandelier National Monument. I climbed up many ladder like this, but much longer, to get to the top.
The history behind these holes in the mountain is that in the 1700s Spanish settlers came and made homes out of the Frijoles canyon, and was later named the Bandelier National Monument (by president Wilson) after the man Adolph F. A. Bandelier. -
Enjoy this little mini history lesson👍🏼
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