Kate Harris poses with her horse at the Happy Canyon Show in Washington state. The show celebrates Native American heritage and Old West history. Harris and her sisters, members of the old Chief Joseph Band, hand-make most of the traditional clothing, including the delicate beadwork. Photo by Erika Larsen. National Geographic.
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I’ve gotta wonder if road-trippers in other countries ever embraced the tradition of covering the back windows of one’s car with stickers showing the many places one has been. Or is that only Americans?
Anasazi Ruins, Mesa Verde National Park, Canyon de Chelly National Monument, Dark Canyon Wilderness between Colorado, Arizona, and Utah. These ruins are considered sacred places, once home to the Anasazi Pueblo People, ancient Native Americans, who are believed to have lived there as long ago as the 12th century BC.