Flagstone Meadows Ranch Bed and Breakfast
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... has been looming decided to rain on us. Of course my trusty umbrella was put to good use though with a walking pole and narrow pathways it was a juggling act on occasion. Thankfully the rain didn't last long. We had time for a brief stop at the Museum to watch the film before driving a further few miles to where we were to meet our Park Ranger for the tour of Cliff House Palace. Steep stairs to the underhang where the palace was built were negotiated ...
... our Navajo cookout. Dinner was steak, chicken, salad, beans, corn on the cob and desert was an apple cinnamon bread/sponge with cream. After dinner our driver gave us a talk about his culture and sang a few songs. He explained how the Navajo were used in WWII on the radios as their language was not understood by anyone but them and it is in effect a code within a code, very interesting indeed. After the dinner and talk we boarded our Utes to head back to the ...
... to the Durango area around 1:30.
As we were passing on the road into Durango proper, we saw a Walmart and decided to make a stop in there to pick up a few necessary supplies. We usually never eat out or shop on Sunday but we did both today. It was warm enough that we turned on the generator in order to run the AC to keep our things inside Mufasa at a better temperature.
We left Walmart at 2:30 and headed up and out of the valley it lies in. It seemed ...
... when I told him where I was headed. He said, "You're going to Page? Let me tell you something about that..." Then he said nothing more. We got distracted. So now I guess we were heading toward Tuba City in the Navajo Nation; not my original plan. When we arrived in town, 70 miles into the detour, we stopped for Denny's lunch. It was incredibly slow. 50% of the diners and 100% of the workers were Native Americans. I think they were short staffed since half ...
... Colorado Springs. We arrived around 11:00, rented the equipment from the Oasis campground just outside the park and made our way to the park’s Visitor’s Center. Mark inquired as to the best place to start, then we drove closer to the Dunes.
It is rather amazing to see these huge sand dunes in the middle of what looks like typical Colorado scenery of mountains and trees.
In the parking lot, a man with his son asked us where ...