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 ...
... but by the end of that century, their sudden departure from the area remains a mystery. We took a two-mile hike around the canyon that protected Howenweep, and were able to view their ruins up close. It was a very enjoyable experience.
Canyon of the Ancients National Monument, Delores, CO. We had intended to visit the Canyons of the Ancients National Monument, but ran out of time. This monument is administered by the Bureau of ...
... 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 ...
... we waited for our scheduled tour. In the meantime, the kids viewed the canyon and caught site of what we think was some sort of ferret, but it was too far away to tell. Its movements were definitely like that of a ferret or weasel.
Time passed quickly and our ranger, Kim, rounded the group up for our tour. She began by explaining a bit about the people who lived here more that 1200 years ago. These people began living ...
... did have a chance to enjoy the magic scenery before turning back. We then drove on through completely different terrain - we climbed and drove via Flagstaff over a desert plateau, through Navajo, Hopi and Ute reservations. We saw monument valley (or the monuments) in the distance, and drove through the Painted Desert. Desolate but beautiful country, dotted with impressive rocks. Stopped for lunch at Cameron - an old Trading Post town in the middle of ...