I took a little road trip south with Ruby, my mountain bike, camera and a lot of water to see the national park I've heard so much about. Chaco National Historical Park has the largest concentration of intact pueblos in the country. The area was a cultural epicenter for the pueblo people dating back to 900AD, and it's amazing to see ruins that were so well preserved. In a lot of ways it reminded me of Angkor Wat, but on a much smaller scale. Minus the jungle. And a lot more desert added. Warning: the timer on my camera brings out my nuttiest poses. You were warned.