Blue Lake Ranch
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Kids activities or Babysitting
- Free parking
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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 …
... overlooking the Cliff Palace and a couple of other smaller cliff houses. Our ranger med us and we headed down and around the cliff to the Cliff Palace, which is the largest dwelling in the park. This is very impressive and interesting. These houses are like apartments made of rock and clay mortar built under outcroppings of the rocks. The park system has made some needed repairs, but much of it is like it was 800 years ago. We had to climb ...
... stopping at a point where we could take a photo back down the road made famous in movies like Forrest Gump and Easy Rider. On the way to the lunch stop we stopped at The Gooseneck, which is the crookedest river in the world. We had an early lunch in Bluff, Utah ... The restaurant was twin rocks, and it had a twin rock formation above it ... It was starting to get ...
... the sheer cliffs and used those as paths to transport almost all necessities for daily life to their cliff dwellings. With no known enemies, it is puzzling the cliff houses were located and built seemingly with strong defenses in mind. They made tools, but all were designed for utilitarian purposes rather than warfare.
We planned to catch the Durango – Silverton narrow gauge train, so off we went to Durango.
... met at a rest stop in Idaho. Had a nice visit and then he pulled into the same KOA I got a cabin at. He was looking for a cabin but I took the last one. He is gonna stay in spare bunk in my cabin. He brings the beer!
Pic 26 - End of Day Miles: And today's miles......413.9! Could absolutely go no further. Got hit by small rain shower and within 5 miles I was dry and hot again! This includes the 25 miles i went through the Arches Park.