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... how they made the discoveries. He also shared the various theories about why they moved from the mesa tops to these dwellings, and why they left. Best $4 tour! Cliff Palace is the largest cliff dwelling at the park; they think housing up to 100 families. To get back up to the mesa top, we climbed four 10-foot ladders. Then we went on a self-guided tour from the museum – by the way, the museum there contains so ...
... of it, I shudder and am so thankful we could not pre-book.
Since I woke Rolando to sign me into the blog (first time I’ve seen him really annoyed!), we had a bit of a sleep-in and left after the Day’s Inn complimentary breakky of yogurt & cereal, raisin toast, waffles, juices and coffee. The scenery transformed back to vegetated hills, deciduous trees, to mountains, streams and beautifully green agricultural and ...
... of the mountain, where the water would seep through the sandstone but stop when it met the next rock, and therefore be collected by the natives. An incredible feat of building with limited supplies in a tough area. The tour was fantastic as well. I hope the pictures do the park justice.
The lake pictures were taken on the way in, where we stopped off for an hour. It was much appreciated, as the driving was getting very monotonous! ...
... and drank down by river while overlooking the mountain fireworks. Although it's felt weird to not be at the lake with my family and friends, this was an amazing celebration! I'll never forget being with all of our friends singing and probably annoying everyone around us while we laughed and hung out without a care in the world. We then met up with the other route at a bar where we danced for hours on end and well let's just say that is all I am able to put on the blog... The rest is ...
... region. All sites are unique. Only Mesa Verde has early 500 A.D. dwellings and 1000 A.D dwellings, "a one stop see it all".
It is run by the National Park Service and is locate between Cortez and Durango Colorado.