Casa Blanca Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Airport Transportation
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I know that many of you are very eager for a new post. So, quick story: on Saturday we were at Aztec Ruins National Monument, exploring the ruins (totally not Aztec - more on that later - plus photos) via the self-guided tour. About halfway through, I'm taking photos when I feel bitey pains on ...
... were on top of the world. We had hiked one area of the badlands and decided to do a little hiking right in front of our campsite. It was, you guessed it, gorgeous. It is one of the many things that I cannot describe. I am at a lack for words. At times, the view made me feel like I was on an ocean floor (minus the water), and other times it seemed like we were on another planet that had not yet been discovered. The ...
... flowing creek. Aaah, the smell of spruce and fresh high altitude air and whitewater. It was at least 10AM but so cold that we put on pants and sweaters before taking a walk along the stream.
Back on the road. We reached Mesa Verde. Nay really wanted the full enchilada experience, so that we did...went on a ranger-led tour of one of the largest Pueblo cliff dwellings. Just getting to the first room of the dwelling involved climbing ...
... me and told me it was closed. And I was out of clean underwear. So I woke up early. Ends up I thought 5:30 am was 7 am. I was wondering why it was as dark as the middle if the night. It was because it really was the middle if the night. I did the laundry anyway and went back to bed between the washer and drier.
Before setting out, we had a hearty brunch at Cracker Barrel. Everyone knows that the food here sticks to your belly and fills you up. I had meatloaf, okra, green ...
... incredible Oral History. But it gave us a chance to walk amongst the building, climb the ladders and crawl through the interconnecting passageways. It was real hands-on history. I also visited the 'pubic' site which was a 1/4 mile hike down to the site and 5 miles back or that's how it seemed boy do you lose your breath very quickly at high altitude.
Of course the ...