Jim Krehbiel and Barbara Andereck request support for pursuing the Hopi perspective on the astronomical significance of Ancestral Puebloan sites. Their focus is on Cedar Mesa in southeastern Utah. Having two Hopi Indians visit a few sites with team members in the fall of 2010 was sufficient to demonstrate the tremendous potential that their input could provide for understanding the meaning locked in the rocks of this region. In particular, the work will focus on discovering the specific ways in which the Ancestral Puebloans marked key risings and settings of the sun and moon, with a goal to understanding how their descendants believe these sites and sightings related to their culture and world view. The work will take place during summer and fall breaks in 2011.