The Spanish Mural is thought to depict the Antonio Narbona incursion into the canyon in early 1800's
Peggy Geyer is a study in concentration as she passes the halfway point.
Finished! Sarah Saulson and Jennie Slick.
And another finished rug! Barbara Bettigole and Jennie.
Our guide, D.J., talks about the canyon.
The Cat Rock in the morning sun.
King Kong and Mighy Joe Young?
A closer view of the cat.
A Navajo pictograph showing a horse.
Cheryl shows the colors that she dyed the day before. That design is so a face.
Anasazi pictographs near the Spanish Mural.
80 foot ladder stand sentinel at the Fortress Rock
Ground lichen gives great color!
Lula Brown shows her miniature loom to the class.
Lula's finished work measures about 3"x4". That's right; inches. About 90 wefts per inch.
A Tree of Life takes shape on Lula's loom.
Lula's husband Herman checks out a design modification made by Michelle Grant. Does he approve?
Yes! Herman likes the design!
Cheryl Holbert and Sarah Saulson concentrate on their technique.
Cheryl Holbert brought the piece that she started a couple of years ago in Massachusetts.
On Saturday, we had the chance to attend the wedding of Mark Winter and Linda Larouche at the Toadlena Trading Post.
Cheryl makes friends with Eunice Yazzie (center) and Sarah Natani (right).
Evelyn George, Mark Winter, Linda Larouche (Mrs. Mark Winter), and Linda's sister, who officiated at the wedding.
The wedding party, all members of Mark and Linda's families.
Evening weaving! There's no time wated.
Peggy Giyer and Mike Barnette work on their pieces.
Barbara Bettigole's work passes the half way point.
Francince Kavanaugh's warp and the start of her weaving look really good.
Jennie says "The students are doing great!!"
A little night weaving.
Larry Fulbright shows us the dye book that Susie and Abigail Smallcanyon did for their vegetal dyes.
How do they do it? No diagram rug within a rug by Sarah Bahe at Richardson Trading in Gallup.
What a difference five weeks makes. Here we go into Canyon de Chelly on June 21.
A tourist on hoseback passes beneath the First Ruin, dated to 1200 AD.
Other riders in the canyon with their guide.
Cheryl Holbert claims that she did not set out to weave a face.......