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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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... the last one of the
day, so not quite so many people. The tour was for approx an hour
and although only a 1/4 of a mile long, you had to climb a 32 foot ladder.
Crawl through an 18 inch wide and 12ft long tunnel on your hands and
Knees. Climb up a 60ft open cliff face with stone steps and two, 10 ft
Ladders to get out, all a bit scary and probably health and safety
In the UK would of not allowed it. We were rewarded however with ...
... in the main camp complex and came across this scene in the main parking lot. Not sure if he is just touring himself or is a tour business!
Here are the pictures from the viewing area on our way to see the cliff dwellings.
The Ancestral Pueblo people settled in Mesa Verde in AD 550 (the basket makers). They lived in ...
... Graceful Eagle
Alli - Falcon's Nest
Mataeus - Roars with Mountain Lion
Andre - Flies with Vultures
Chad - Drinks with Fish
Sebastian - Eats When Bored
Ok, so the last one isn't quite a Native name, but starting from day one, hour one, we could tell that Sebastian would be eating his way through the Great Southwest.
Mesa Verde was spectacular. Highlights included spectacular views of cliffside cities, ...
... the Utah state line. In addition, we visited the Canyons of the Ancients Monument. This area too held artifacts of the Pueblo Indian existence.
Tomorrow we will be further exploring the Pueblo Indian's at Mesa Verde National Park.
Chuck and Sheila Noel
... 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 ...