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May 12, 2009

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Sean Wells

My brother demonstrates the traditional Spanish Colonial craft of tinwork at Petroglyph. It's a wonderful mini hike combined with history and legend!

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Petroglyph national monument is an amazing historic destination, It consist of a of over 20,000 prehistoric as well as historic carved rock images which worth's seeing.
http://www.travelamerica360.com/petroglyph-national-monument-albuquerque.html

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