The ranger at the Visitor Center suggested I focus my attention on two sites, Pueblo Bonito and Casa Rinconada. I was able to squeeze in two others, Hungo Pavi and Chetro Ketl (which wasn’t very big and I’m not posting any pictures of).
This is Hungo Pavi:
This is some of the dislodged rock from the canyon wall:
This is Pueblo Bonito, which had the largest footprint and was the most complex of the ruins in the Park, and the only one you could walk through. You’ll see an illustration later of what it might have looked like in it’s glory days:
And here is some more dislodged rock, with people in the picture to give you some idea of how big the chunks are.