Cuppa Joe in the morning then off to the cliff dwellings. The cliff dwellings are tucked back into a small canyon. They're quite hidden and you don't see the entrance until just before you get there. From what the rangers told me, there was a wide-spread, long-lasting drought in the desert south west that put great stress on the Indian nations. So much so that it was near war with tribal units raiding each other for supplies. This particular band of natives found a secure little hideaway to hunker down and ride out the times. This particular band of some 30-50 individuals built the dwelling and lived in it for only about 20 years. Lotta work for such a short time. There were no rainwater catchments. Can you imaging humping water for 40 people up 600 feet every day for 20 years? Us humans are amazing.