the trading post that put the venerable Two Grey Hills Navajo rug design on the map. Local weavers take pride in finely spinning their own Churro wool and weaving intricate designs from a palette of natural browns, grays, ivory, and black – the colors of their flocks. Trader Les Wilson is the ninth owner of this post, which opened in 1897. The rug room showcases weaving by artists of all ages. See Wilson's album of historical photos and documents for a fascinating journey back in time. Locally produced wool and weaving tools available.