The computer indicated strange radiation coming from the Gila cliff dwellings' direction. The radiation was nothing you'd seen before. It changed randomly. At least, it seemed so. You decided to go there and find out what emmits this kind of signals. However, it's holiday season and all your colleagues on vacation, so you have to cover the whole area alone. It's a pretty big place, though. I think we should start on the highest point and descend from there. Maybe the Geiger-Müller counter will recover from its initial shock it got into when you arrived here. It seems something's blocking the sensors.
December 28, 2015