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We took a day trip to Sunset Crater Volcano on Monday. Roughly 900 years ago, the eruption of this volcano reshaped the surrounding landscape, forever changing the lives of people, plants and animals. It was amazing to see all of the lava rock and cinder.
We then continued on the Wupatki Pueblo trail.
Until the mid-1100s, the landscape of Wupatki remained a “frontier” between established groups, defined by archeologists as Sinagua,
Cohonina, and Kayenta. This became a densely populated
landscape supporting a complex society where people, goods, and ideas converged. It was interesting to see the remains of these pueblos and learn about how these people lived their lives way back when.
My page of the week was one that I created honoring Pattie Knox’s whimsical, fun designs.
The remainder of the week was nice; cards on Thursday, dinner out on Friday and I learned a new domino game - Mexican Train.


Credits:
Ali Edwards
Week In The Life Layered Template Set 12x12 Vol. 04
Katie Pertiet
Flagged Dates Brushes and Stamps No. 04
Lynn Grieveson
All White Now Paper Pack


Thanks for looking!