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A second paved trail leads to the pueblo's Great Kiva, approximately 100 yards away. The kiva measures roughly 35-40ft in diameter and 7ft deep. The construction is was unusual when compared to the other kivas we visited on the trip. Two parallel structures within the kiva are said to represent the summer and winter people.
Beau Johnston is an engineer, writer, and photographer who is dedicated to proving you can find a balance between work and life. He is the Co-Founder and Publisher of Living Overland and a member of the Rocky Mountain Automotive Press. When he isn't working, you can find him exploring National Parks, fly fishing, and camping with his wife (Krista) and their two dogs.
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