This is what I thought he may have been talking about.
Deb – I was interested to learn about the Navajo perspective on the Anasazi and their dwellings,…in that last two books I read about them. Here is another great link on the same topic you presented:
Yes that article is one that I based one of my thoughts about the gamble quotes in Forrests book. The myth of the Gambler was part of my location solve. 🙂
Used to do a lot of remote desert stuff back in the 90’s. Got to talking with a young Navajo gal at the gas station in Mexican Hat one day. I told her I was heading up onto Cedar Mesa to check out the Anasazi ruins in Grand Gulch. She looked at me like I was completely insane. The Dine don’t go near these places. Anasazi still holds the same meaning to them as it did centuries ago, at least with this gal. The book that turned me on to exploring this culture was David Roberts ‘In Search of the Old Ones’. Also my first intro to Forrest Fenn.
In Pretend Cannibals the dominant letter is Bb
Bitburg air base
Bennie behind back
Big bottle back
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