Chaco Inn at the Post
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... to go in the heated spa, that was so nice! We had to keep jumping from the spa to the pool it was so warm. We met two Canadians in the spa, their accents were so funny, like they was they say 'about' is really 'a boat' and they were always saying ay! Had a pretty early night because I have to wake up at 5 tomorrow! Missing everyone ...
I got caught in the middle of a storm just before reaching Shiprock. I don't think I’ve ever driven in such a downpour before, but thankfully it was small, and I was through it in a few miles. The winds kicked up around the storm were causing quite the dust storm nearby, as well. Crazy weather.
I’d actually seen Shiprock from Mesa Verde (at 20x zoom on my camera) but it was worth driving up to. This formation is actually ...
We visited Chaco Culture National Historical Park. Jack, the GPS, took us a very round-about route. What should have been a 2.5 hour drive from Gallup, turned into a 4 hr drive. We're checking his route long-range from now on.
Chaco (rhymes with taco) is the location for a number of large community structures built by the Puebloan Indians. They therorize that this was a gathering location for the various individual tribes, there are 21 ...
We always head out of town with absolutely no idea where we are going...well, we have an idea, but not anything too exact, or set in stone. We knew we were going to go somewhere in Colorado, with a few stops in New Mexico. That was about as much as we planned this summer. On the way to Colorado - somewhere between El Paso and Socorro we decided to head to Telluride - we saw a sign for Chaco Canyon. It has been...uhmmm...20 years since I last ...
Site: #? National Park Campground (Gallo) with water nearby, no site electric, dump station.
This park is off the beaten patch. We had to tow about 17 miles on a washboard road. The park has some exceptionally well restored Chaco ruins and enjoyable trails to other less restored ruins.
Weather during our visit -- High/Low: ...