Grizzly Roadhouse B&B

Address: 3450 Highway 160 / 491, Cortez, Colorado, 81328, United States | B&B
 
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This B&B is located on 3450 Highway 160 / 491, Cortez.
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Travel Blogs from Cortez

Pagosa Springs – Balloon Colorfest

A travel blog entry by lost-in-place on Sep 20, 2014

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... The San Juan River runs through the centre of town and some grassy areas near the river are steaming, indicating hot springs. There are a couple of commercial Hot Springs Spas located on the bank of the river, but there are areas where the hot water cascades naturally into basins and then into the river from nearby springs, and I sampled one – just with my hand. It’s pretty hot, and smells fairly sulphury all around the riverbank ...

Beautiful Birthday

A travel blog entry by ashlyn_rebekah on Sep 19, 2014

... knew what this was, but it was totally worth it, even though the bread was a little stale :). We chilled by the fire that we got going with the stars up above. It reminded me of home, which was really nice considering home is 20,000km away. The girls bought me a cake and candles and sung me happy birthday which was very sweet of them. I was getting pretty sleepy around the fire, so had to call it a night. Peace out from Mesa Verde ...

Canyon de Chelly

A travel blog entry by lost-in-place on Sep 18, 2014

2 comments, 10 photos

... were driving is a highway and is populated by Navajo families, with horses and sheep wandering freely, as is the canyon below. It's a thriving community, and there is no visiting allowed in the canyon without a Navajo guide, except for a 2.5 mile (round trip) hike down 600 feet into the canyon and across to the ruins of "white house" part way up the far cliff. Well, we had considered taking this “hike” until we found out about the 600 ...

Night 27: Four Corners

A travel blog entry by splencner on Jul 19, 2014

4 photos

... We have a bear in the campground, so store your food, blah, blah..." Usually they say there "could be bears so store your food." I saw a bear here six years ago so I know a few black bears live here. So I looked it up because this campground inexplicably has wifi. There has been a cinnamon colored bear roaming this campground according to a June 14th article from the newspaper in Cortez. He has never hurt anyone, but he "brushes up against tents," and "trips ...

History isn't always what you think it is

A travel blog entry by mountainwoman on Apr 22, 2014

1 comment, 38 photos

... all of us) COMPLETELY RETHINK how we think about history. For those of you history buffs, this might interest you most, but for all of us it is an imperative lesson. DON'T TAKE "FACTS" about HISTORY AT FACE VALUE. Archaeologists do a remarkable job of unearthing artifacts and piecing together the "story" of a people and place. It is a job I dreamed of having as a child, and while visiting Mesa Verde was reminded of why. But the ranger on this tour gave ...

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