During the years 850-1150 AD, multi-story buildings comparable in size to the Roman Coliseum were constructed. Advanced astronomy, water works, and agriculture flourished. Exotic artifacts from Central America were traded over routes spanning thousands of miles. And after 300 years, they carefully sealed everything up, left, and never returned.
The Anasazi of Chaco Canyon offers insight into the unknowns of the "Chaco Phenomenon", including the story of Kyle's journey of discovery. In addition, it draws on the latest research, personal experiences, and interpretations of oral traditions, leading the reader to a startling conclusion.
Influenced by the writings of Edward Abbey and James Michener, Kyle Widner is a desert wanderer, amateur Anasazi ruins hunter, and internet business expert in his spare time. He lives in Boulder City, Nevada with his wife Jean, two golden retrievers, and two cats. This book is the companion guide to an educational video game and 3D computer simulation of Chaco Canyon for Mac and PC computers. Learn more at Shadowplay.com.
|Publisher:||Anasazi of Chaco Canyon: The Greatest True My|
|Product dimensions:||5.98(w) x 9.02(h) x 0.48(d)|
About the Author
Kyle holds an MBA from Thunderbird, the American Graduate School of International Management.
He lives in Boulder City, Nevada, with his wife, two rescue cats, and two golden retrievers. An avid hiker and backpacker, he makes several trips per year to the four corners region, where he finds sources of inspiration everywhere around him.