It's a rough bushwhack to get here - we're all ready for lunch
The falls again - they were beautiful
The upper falls spitting out of the cliff wall.
Puff cloud over Cheyava Falls
All the different levels of the falls
Nap time - have to gather energy for the bushwhack back to camp.
This is the clearest that I saw 'clear' creek on our trip.
On the way back we decide to work our way over toward the granaries for a better view
They still had wood planks in the roofs
Part of the wood construction
This was as close as we could get - the pueblo used ladders.
Granaries around the side of the rock
Most of the buildings
Cheyava falls from the granaries
Another perspective of size - the granaries are in the rock in the center.
A last peek at Cheyava before we head back down Clear Creek Canyon
David wades his way down Clear Creek
Many beautiful green cottonwoods through here
A nice shaded spot
View into Ottoman Amphitheater
Left to right: Me, david, paige, dave, and john
The canyon is wide open here
Obi/Clear Creek canyon junctions
Dave is ready to take on the evil beavertail
Watch your step!
I only got poked once on this trip, and that's enough
Dave heads back down the creek - feet still dry?
View up the canyon
Back at camp - view from the other side of Clear Creek
Howlands Butte from Camp
Howlands Butte from Camp before dusk
It's a bit cooler tonight - we're enjoying sitting around the campsite.
Howlands Butte at sunset