Next, we visited the primary Pueblo site from which the National Monument was named "Wupatki Pueblo". This place was huge with several outlying structures and rings. Hundreds of people lived here for several hundred years, mostly dealing with trading from other villages and Pueblos. There was a ring for meetings and a ring for games; there was areas for creating fabrics from plants and wool; and, of course the many rooms for families to live together. Continuing on, we saw an overlook of the Painted Desert, but it didn't seem so vibrant at this time of year. Eventually, we arrived at Page for another couple of nights and sightseeing.