Flagstone Meadows Ranch Bed and Breakfast
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... the steep stairs leaving the site. Our next venue was Balcony House and this proved a much more adventurous tour. We had to negotiate more steep steps but then a 32 feet wooden ladder. This took us up to the main site but we had to squeeze through a narrow rock chasm, and up a further ladder into the next section. Amazing to think most of the stone work was original with little modern reinforcement and there was evidence of the internal ...
... received a free rose quartz necklace, some Mexican jumping beans (those things are creepy), and a free cupcake at lunch!! I love this place!! The funny thing was that the guy who gave me the jumping beans thought I had a north New Mexican accent - maybe I've been here too long!
I got heaps of handmade jewelery including a ring that I got made for me out of a piece of malachite and sterling silver. I also picked up ...
... been donated to the NPS for preservation. Almost all of the ruins are still covered and, at some time in the future, may be excavated. Yucca House, one of the largest archeological sites in southwest Colorado, acted as an important community center for the Ancestral Puebloan people from AD 1150 to 1300.
Four Corners Monument, AZ, CO, NM, UT. This is the only place in the United States where four states intersect at one point. This site ...
... that we were back in more mountainous, greener, and cooler terrain. The temperature dropped to 83 within five minutes of leaving the Durango area. Amazing! We drove through the Mancos Valley on our way to Mesa Verde area. Beautiful country.
We arrived at Mesa Verde RV Park, which is a highly rated park, at 3:30. We are almost directly across the road to Mesa Verde National Park. I don't think we are going to tour it this time as we were there a couple of years ago. It is ...
... route home. Or we could go the Cortez route through Colorado and the challenge of the high, cool Rockies. This means Nevraska is in our future most likely. Both are good choices. So we flipped the coin in our head and headed to Cortez and it's famous Mesa Verde NP, home to the most famous and stunning ancient pueblos. Cortez, CO, is a striking town mostly because it is irrigated and surrounded by green fields. On the way we pass large buttes and desert in ...