Riding The Desert
Neil has been making an annual trip to a remote area in Utah for several years. He brings his horse Bill or Joe and rides into these remote areas. If you look closely at the center of the photo about you can see an archway that few people get to see.
This territory is part of the domain of the Anasazi Indians**. Few people have ventured into this area or seen the sights and ruins. Neil relishes the solitude of this trip he takes early in the season each year while business is slow and the Mountains of Montana are still snow covered and inaccessible.
Riding his horse Bill
A few photos of the Anasazi ruins I encountered...
A Hidden Cave
Few have ever seen these vistas in the "Arch Canyon" area as you see in these photos.
**The Anasazi ("Ancient Ones"), thought to be ancestors of the modern Pueblo Indians, inhabited the Four Corners country of southern Utah, southwestern Colorado, northwestern New Mexico, and northern Arizona from about A.D. 200 to A.D. 1300, leaving a heavy accumulation of house remains and debris.
Neil E. McCaslin
51 Nye Road
Absarokee, MT 59001
Office (406) 328-4085
Cell (406) 321-0340