Blue Lake Ranch
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TravelPod Member ReviewsBlue Lake Ranch Hesperus
We stayed at the Inn on the lake it was the most amazing place I have ever stayed with views of the mountains and the most amazing breakfast . I really cant say enough nice things about this place just wish I could have stayed for longer
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2/4 Both woke up with a bit of a hangover and feeling a bit grumpy. I went down for breakfast on my own as Charlie said he was still full up from the posh burgers and chips . I think I was the last person down for breakfast which was handy as I grabbed lots of bread and sat there and made a bunch of sarnies for the trip . Packing seemed to take me …
... Canyon National Park (8,500 feet above sea level), we found ourselves
surrounded by forests interspersed with grassy meadows.
Once inside the park, we decided to do a hike along the rim
of the canyon to take advantage of the view. It was spectacular. So
spectacular, that we decided to push beyond our fears of heights to climb onto
... assistance to get our money back. Well after talking they agreed to bring our money back, but we waited & waited, still being told it would come. Chris left to see if he could get police while we continued to wait. It was at this point Frankle turned into the hulk, leaping into a truck (he will hurt tomorrow) taking the truck keys so they couldn't go (nice one Frankle) our money arrived after another ...
Sheila and I headed to Cortez, CO. We passed through the Lizard Head Pass on our way to Cortez. Once in Cortez, we visited the Hovenweep National Monument. This is where the ancient Pueblo Indians lived. There were a number of sites that could be visited. Hovenweep is located in a remote ...
... into yellowish hillsides with less vegetation but adding more and more red earth and rock. Finally, we were driving on the high red dusty mesa with sparse short pines and finally into just a sagebrush desert and red earth going for miles and miles. People live there! Then into Canyon de Chelly, we drove the south rim road with pull outs to view the canyon below. It was at times a 600 foot drop below the lookouts, the highest being 1000 feet. The mesa ...