This site is well known and documented in many books, but I can't say much about it here except it is one of the most interesting sites on Cedar Mesa. The wall seen from the rim hides the rooms inside.
Because of the protection from the weather, the mud plaster complete with stripes of white paint is still on the inside room walls. There is black soot above the vent holes in the room walls where the smoke would bellow as the dwellers stayed warm in the winter.
Around the corner we found some moki steps where the people could climb up to the mesa. The steps where very worn and to be on the safe side we did not climb them.