Blue Lake Ranch

Address: 16919 Hwy 140, Hesperus, Colorado, 81326, United States | B&B
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This B&B is located on 16919 Hwy 140, Hesperus.
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      Travel Blogs from Hesperus

      Old Friends

      A travel blog entry by team-elephant on Nov 02, 2014

      3 comments, 28 photos

      ... of a little doggy time with the two resident hounds and an intriguing meeting with a miniature albino hedgehog which was far cuter than you would expect. By the time we rolled out of Leavenworth in the mid-week pre-dawn chill any doubts about the wisdom of going north late in the Fall were gone and we were again thankful for our far flung friends. All we had to do then was ride across the fertile plain... again.

      Two and a half days on the back roads was ...

      Monument Valley - Lake Powell

      A travel blog entry by tiger96nz on Sep 18, 2014

      Even though we were allowed a sleep in today, we got up early to watch the sun rise over Monument Valley, it was stunning, took quite a few photos. We watch the sun rise over the horizon between a couple of the buttes as we had breakfast. Spent a little bit of time wandering about the hotel taking some photos of the stunning landscape. We left at 9am and headed up ...

      Mesa Verde - Monument Valley

      A travel blog entry by tiger96nz on Sep 17, 2014

      Another early start, on the bus by 6:45 for a short 1/2 mile trip to the cafe, if we had known it was that short we would have walked it! After breakfast we headed off along the Mesa to the Anasazi ruins. It was a short walk downhill to the ruins (Spruce Tree House) and it was good to get there before the hordes arrived. The ruins were amazing, took heaps of photos and had a decent look around. The climb back up was a bit taxing for some of the others on our ...

      Moab to Mesa Verde

      A travel blog entry by tiger96nz on Sep 16, 2014

      ... before heading to the visitors centre for a look around before heading to Moab for lunch. Had a lovely lunch in Moab and bought a few t shirts before heading back to the bus for the trip to the Anasazi Information Centre in Delores where we went for a walk to see some pueblo ruins. The weather was rather warm and it was a bit unnerving seeing a sign half way up the walk saying what to do in case of ...

      Night 27: Four Corners

      A travel blog entry by splencner on Jul 19, 2014

      4 photos

      ... Puebloans. To call them "ancients" is a politically motivated disconnection. But the Navajo dominate the region. They have the numbers and they make the rules. They also have their own national parks and we visited the Four Corners Monument for the second time in our lives. To get in you pay the Nation $5 per adult. It is in the middle of hard desert. Surrounding the geographical marker is a bunch of flags representing the Utes, the Navajo, the USA, and each of ...