From Abo we drove the 20 miles to the second site at Quarai. One interesting aspect here was the fact that some of the Kiva's were square. This was because of the conflict between the Franciscans who forbade their use and the Native Americans who clung to their religious traditions. The Kivas were disquised as storage pits and could be used when the priest weren't looking. There was another conflict with the government officials who thought the Franciscans were given too much power by the state. Here is what the site looked like.