Above where we camped at Arboles Point CO is an archaeological site from the time Chimney Rock was occupied. At one time, you could not walk without stepping on a piece of pottery. I would see pieces as big as my hand, a lot had painted designs. Took a lot of pics of those and left them. Gets less every time I'm there. This time, nothing with painted designs, nothing bigger than the size of a silver dollar, and people have gathered what remains into piles. Lots of rocks could be manos, but I believe these two actually are, cause you can see the abrasion from use on them. And a broken piece of a metate in the pic. I turned over a lot of rocks to find these. Are these worth money or something, and that's why people are scavenging them? There's a circular depression in the area that is probably where a pit house was, but I guess they haven't figured that out yet. Down towards the lake there was half of a metate and a couple of manos I noticed and they're gone now. One thing the scavengers missed were these two rim pieces with the three ring style. It's a style popular down in Chaco Canyon, and connects Arboles with that area.