We’ve had a great time, but returning home always feels nice.
We left Crow Canyon on Saturday morning to begin our trek home.
On our way we visited Ute Mountain Tribal Park and spent the night camping there on Saturday.
We then headed to Chaco Canyon where we spent the night and got a tour of the site there.
Monday morning marks the first day of our trip back to Goshen.
We have learned a lot about what it means to be historians, archaeologists and historical preservationists. Native culture plays a unique role in our society and representation is of those peoples is an important. We encourage future Goshen students to take this class as it opens your eyes to issues of cultural representations even here in the U.S.