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Day 6 by Addison Today was a busy day. We went to Mesa Verde! We got up and then went. First, we went to the welcome center to get our Junior Ranger books. We worked on those while Dad got the tickets for our tours. Then, we went to Spruce tree house. We were there for a couple of minutes then we had to go back for our tour of Balcony House. It was so fun. We got to climb a 32 ft ladder, squeeze in between huge rocks, and crawl through a tunnel. Next we ate lunch at a ...
... when it looked like the rest of the group was going for it. I could be the only one to wossy out!!! So I sucked it up and joined the group on the ladder. The range said the ladder was very secure - I felt the ladder move as I climbed to the top. So now I'm in village which consisted of 38 rooms. This was one of the bigger villages that still stand. I figured the hard part was over -- WRONG. Going from the first room to the next required fitting through what the ...
This National Park is huge. It has mesa top village ruins and cliff dwellings. We drove for an hour from the initial visitor centre, over and through rocky, sandy and sparsely vegetated mountains, to the place where one of the two most popular cliff dwellings is located. We paid $10 for the car to get in, and $4 each for a ranger tour of Cliff Palace. It is required that you have a tour at a specific time, as they limit it ...
Today’s "expect the unexpected" was dinner. Lots of choices, but it means driving everywhere. After reviewing the magazine choices and consulting the internet for assistance, we chose the local Jimmers BBQ. It was a big log building with substantial wood tables – a huge barn of a place. We already had reviewed the menu so knew what we wanted – the rack of Ribs to share with two small sides and a baked potato for ...
... change and without cover anywhere at 88F in the sun. I know, we’re wooses. The families live below and farm the land, providing vegetables and fruit for themselves, with little left over, so we are told by the visitor center. And, continuing in the spirit of the “mexican’ sellers in Earl’s restaurant yesterday, we were approached in each viewing pull-out by vendors hawking their goods. The canyon was quite amazing and beautiful, and ...