Pecos preserves archeological ruins ranging from pueblos from 1100 AD to a Spanish church built in 1717. The park visitor center contains a museum with exhibits about the history of the people that lived there, and a 1.25 mile trail provides access to the ruins.
We arrived at the location where Viv will be spending the summer, and while she set up her apartment I explored Valles Caldera National Preserve. I started at the visitor center to get information and orient myself to the trails in the park. I intend on coming back to Valles Caldera this week for an entire day, but I did explore the 1 mile Pond Trail while here today. As might be expected, the trail leads to a pond, but what made the trail interesting is that it runs through a very active prairie dog town.
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