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Nickalex stayed here on Jul 14, 2012 during their trip titled: Nickalex's Great Adventure.
... all the artifacts. We spent the rest of the time until dinner walking on Main Street and shopping. Derek bought a new pair of shoes and Larry got a new pair of Minitonka moccasins which he uses for slippers. Then we went to The Diamond Belle Saloon in the Strater Hotel for drinks. When we walked in, there was a woman playing honky tonk piano. The waitresses were dressed up like saloon girls and it was packed. We were lucky to get seats in the ...
Day Six -- Durango to see Grace and explore town (and find a laundry)
After a relaxing morning at the cabin we drove the 20 minutes into Durango to spend the afternoon with a teen friend of the family who is at Music in the Mountains. We hadn't seen her since she was 5, but like 14 year old girls everywhere, she and our daughter were chatting away in no time.
The four of us had excellent pizza slices for lunch ...
... returning home is as natural as waking up each day.
I will end our discussion here on Ranger Clyde with one other point. I asked him the same question I asked him two years ago. What do “Indians” (still a term mostly used in America, we see it on National Park signs and in film references…) want to be called. Katie began asking that question after a trip to Plymouth. We visited the reenactment of the ...
... the Wildfires. A drought has taken hold of this area and with little rain and high heat fires are quickly out of control. I believe lightening caused the one in this area.
We arrive at Mesa Verde in the dark and I am not happy that we must take the RV up the switchbacks on the side on the plateau. I thought the Campground was down at the bottom. Well, I later learn it is nowhere near the top but you still have ...
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