Arizona’s First people built widespread villages: pit houses with patios and apartments having rooms with a view. Their picturesque homeland had limitations: unreliable water, saber-sharp vegetation, and fast – very fast! – food. The people here were not without peculiarity. On top of the highest hills they built stone-walled enclosures connected like cell-phone towers. Did they like to stay in touch, or was there a more menacing need to be watchful and ready?