Wednesday, November 25, 2015

Ancient Ruins

We are really fascinated by the ruins still present for us to explore today.  This is how our ancient goldendoodle ancestors lived with their people.



 You can see a grinding stone in the middle.







We got to go inside of one of the rooms!


Lots of connected rooms!


Dad was teaching us all about it!



You can also see some great Anasazi ruins in Colorado.



Murphy & Stanley

27 comments:

  1. When you mentioned ancient ruins I thought you were talking about my Mum!
    Butts yours are way more interesting, isn't it amazing they are STILL here fur us to explore!
    Loves and licky kisses
    Princess Leah xxx

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  2. It feel a little like Weimarana-Jones while exploring so much interesting things with you. I always ponder about the people who lived on such places once. Maybe they had a dog? or a cat? what had those people for lunch? what games played their kids?

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  3. Amazing photos...Stanley it appears Murphy was reading some pee mail. I guess he already knew the stuff your dad was trying to teach you...
    Hugs madi your bfff

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  4. Thanks for taking us along on your vacation. What a cool place.

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  5. Our mom would have really enjoyed seeing those ruins. We also look for places like that
    Lily & Edward

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  6. I could totally see your goldendoodle ancestors running around those ruins when they were still active! Wow.

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  7. I could totally see your goldendoodle ancestors running around those ruins when they were still active! Wow.

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  8. so very interesting!!! We want to go there
    hugs
    Mr Bailey,Hazel & Mabel

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  9. I love this! Thanks for sharing your trip with us.

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  10. Wow, is that ever cool! Was there any ancient Goldendoodle pee-mail there?!?
    Yours sincerely,
    Margaret Thatcher

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  11. Lady loves ruins because they make her feel young!

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  12. Hari OM
    Have been thoroughly enjoying your posts on Sedona doodz... but only just got etherwebble fixed up at Remus-doggy's place and can finally start leaving pawments at efurrybuddy's place again!!! Hugs and wags, YAM-aunty xxx

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  13. Love your photos! From our heart and home to all of you Thanksgiving blessings.
    Love,
    Noreen and Hunter

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  14. That's just amazing! To think that people lived there so many years ago! We wonder what they were like.

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  15. Thanks for taking us on your trip.

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  16. What cool ruins!! Our Mama also loves learning about this stuff!
    Smileys!
    Dory, Jakey, Arty & Bilbo

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  17. I am right with you boys! I have never been much for history properly...but I LOVE and am also fascinated by ruins like this. I decided long ago that if I ever had a superpower, I think I would like to be able to peek into the past. I'd love to see glimpses of who lived there, how they lived...oh the memories those old stones must have!

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  18. Looks very homey to us.
    Just add a roof, some plumbing and electricity and we are THERE!

    Wyatt and Family

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  19. I find that amazing..and awesome!

    Happy Thanksgiving!

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  20. Oh that is soo cool to visit that place that used to be special to others at another time.
    If every stone could speak,, the storys could go on forever!!
    love
    tweedles

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  21. Those are cosy looking rooms! Not too small, not too big, juuuuust right!

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  22. You guys saw some really cool stuff on your vacation! Happy Thanksgiving to you all!

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  23. That really s incredible. There is a lot of history spread out in front of you. Happy Thanksgiving! ♥

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