Somewhere along the line I missed posting my photos of El Morro, here are a few to start.
The text, which may be hard to read on the first photo say’s as follows:
Until it was passed by the railroad in the 1880’s it’s water hole made El Morro an important stop for travelers in the Acoma-Zuni region. Numerous incrtions carved in the Sandstone date from prehistoric, Spanish, Mexican and Territorial periods in New Mexico’s history. An important example is Onate’s inscription carved in 1605.
All photos taken by Joanna Linsley- Poe
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