Lost Canyon Lake Lodge
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... as well as the finger marks in the plaster between the stones. Getting out of the site proved the biggest challenge. First a tunnel we had to crawl through on hands and knees and then a further ladder to reach the surface. The Ranger had made the community that lived in the House come alive with his description of how life might have been. Intriguingly no one knows why after 700 years the dwellings were abandoned only to be discovered in the early ...
... clear quartz pendants, and a bunch of little presents for the family back home :).
We hit the road again after my amazing cupcake, and headed through to Mesa Verde in Colorado. It's such pretty scenery around the area with all the different deserts, including some that are still home to some Native American colonies which is totally awesome. We did make a pit stop at a gas station, and I bought myself an epic birthday ...
... on the Navajo Nation Tribal Park land, so there is ample opportunity to browse and purchase locally made jewelery, as well. It's one of those sites that make for an interesting tourist stop. People try various creative ways to put their body on all four spaces, eg, posing while doing a push-up or a yoga "bridge" position!
Hovenweep National Monument, near Cortez, CO. The canyon and mesa country north of the San Juan River (UT & ...
... afternoon and we have some quite nice views from our campsite...which by the way was nice and level! Very nice "Big Yard" tonight! The electricity isn't as strong as some places we have been, but the WIFI (at least until everyone pulls off the road and starts streaming videos!!) seems to be strong. We shall see when I get ready to post shortly!
We drove 138 miles today. Looking forward to reading Mary R's post as she and Pat head out on their adventure. Blog on Mary! ...
... but Cortez looks and feels like it should be somewhere else. They had election signs everywhere. We took notes of the places in town and headed to the National Park a few miles to the east if town. To get there you must climb a huge Mesa which brings you to 8000 feet or so in elevation, a couple thousand above the surrounding farms. This makes for great views especially at sunset time. We managed, as I said, to get a campsite, and now we sit and wait and listen for ...