The Big Kiva, which is reached by . . .
. . . a ladder.
First program, since I'm still on a World War II broadcast kick, is Fibber McGee and Molly, "Scrap Drive" (4-7-42).
The village of Tyuonyi:
A petroglyph higher up:
The now extinct lobster-dog.
Here's a roundup from NBC and affiliates of reaction around the country to the Normandy Invasion, evening of June 6, 1944.
Check this out: some Pueblan carved a TV out of solid stone:
I think it's Friends.
Waterfall on the trail down to the Rio Grande River:
And finally, Lord Haw-Haw's last broadcast before the fall of Berlin: "Hei Hishler" (4-30-45).