Eve Site

 

We visited the Eve Site in April 2014, believing that it was the better-known Kane Springs site.  With more research we determined that we had made a mistake in site identification.  Supposedly, close to this site, a lady named Eve found a Clovis Point some years ago and the site was named after her.

It's unfortunate that the site is surrounded by obsidian fields, and we experienced a flat tire leaving the site.  If you go, be careful and take more than one car (although our second car had a flat tire the next morning).

Wild horses frequent the area around the Eve Site and are very colorful.  I hope that you are able to get a couple of nice photographs of them.

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