We recently hosted a group of Ohio State students traveling to New Mexico. After brunch at the Range Cafe in Bernalillo, we took them to Coronado Historic Site, the site of Kuaua Pueblo.
The students had the opportunity to explore the Kiva at the site and see the historic murals which are on display. This is the only place in the world that such murals are displayed and where there is access to a Kiva for non-native people. The mountains in the distance are the Sandias.
Here are some photos from Taos where the students spent the week volunteering with Habitat for Humanity.