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... basket-making, and food. The diorama picture shows what life would have been like for these people. It was an amazing site to see the perseverance and skills these people developed. In the gift shop, Jim located a piece of Acoma pottery that Clare has been search for.
Afterwords, we traveled to the Alcantara Vineyards. It was a real adventure driving down the steep,dirt road ...
... like the country around Broken Hill - to ghost towns and old mining sites. We had spent a week around here previously wandering the backroads and when we wanted a change we headed west into the pine clad, lake dotted ranges ..... Fan-damn-tastic!
I cruised down the road enjoying the views till we got to Bishop, where, because I was buggered I decided I'd stop for the night at the RV park on the north side of town. It was a friendly place while dinner and then ...
... sup> century Anasazi Indian pueblo and has the ruins of 1200 to 1500 rooms within its boundaries. The park was established in 1986 to protect the ruins from further looting and to allow archeologists to do research. So, after lunch we hiked up to a set of ruins that had been excavated. Hard to believe that this totally silent, desolate place had once been a beehive of activity.
Continuing our drive north, the road now entered the boundaries of ...
... peter takes his photo for him and he says there is a way through the arch but the stone is really slippery and he's going back. We of course carry on, it doesn't look too bad compared to what we've already done - wrong! The stone has worn really shiny and is so slippery and when we come to a huge rock that we have to get down the only way is backwards, trying to find foot and finger holes - really don't want to break anything this year. ...
... intended. Can't help it if Bob can't make a tight turn - haha. There are lots of houseboats on the lake and it seems the level is controlled by the Glen Canyon Dam. We started seeing boat storage places well before we saw any water and it was clear the water level was low.
We crossed over into Arizona and came through Page. At a gas station there we met a ...