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For those who like to get off the beaten path there are endless discoveries awaiting.
Outdoor adventurist Dave Rice has spent more than 50 years exploring the outdoors and following his interest in Native American archaeology.
At the May meeting of the Los Alamos Mountaineers, Rice will describe several sites that are easily accessible from Los Alamos and the discoveries a visitor might find there.
Rice’s presentation, “Ancient Relics,” will be at 7:30 p.m. May 21 at Fuller Lodge. His talk will follow the business portion of the meeting at which LA Mountaineer members will describe recent and upcoming trips.
Rice has been involved in almost every non-motorized adventure sport there is, including rock climbing, rafting, mountain biking, or hiking. Any time he is in the backcountry, whether exploring a slot canyon or taking a foray into the desert, he is guided by his interest in Native American archeology.
Rice is a certified river rafting guide and has done dozens of trips on the San Juan, Green, Yampa, Gunnison and Colorado rivers. Many of his photographs of ancient Native American sites come from exploring side canyons on these river trips.
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