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Travel Blogs from Durango
Our first morning in the O Bar O cabins (which are great), we woke up to a rainy day. The first one nice July 30th when we started the trip. That was ok - it gave us the option to be lazy. After cooking breakfast, we went into the town of Durango. The O Bar O is about 11 miles outside of town. Jene & I spent a lot of time in the early 1990's …
... gels. I don't know if any of you have had one, but they are like eating semi-solid Ribena in an aluminium foil sachet. I was drinking 500mls water an hour and even then felt thirsty pretty much all the time.
The meadows were alive with flowers and bees. Chipmunks squeaked their alarms at our passing and marmots scooted furrily out of view as soon as we approached. We stopped to boil some water on a bridge to ...
I made it to Durango and was reall sleepy by the time i got here. I got a motel room at the wapiti lodge and right away took a nap. Ater i settled in and ate, i thought i'do short hike near town and right now, i just climbed to the top of .... mesa and am overlooking soem of the town in this valley area. I thought i'd try to get ...
Today we returned to Mesa Verde for a guided tour of the Long House cliff dwelling followed by some see-for-yourself sites (overlooks to view this and other dwellings from above). Long House was another fascinating experience. By chance we had the same guide that we had for Cliff Palace yesterday. Lots of good information on the history, archaeology, and what is known/speculated about the lives of the Ancestral Puebloans (previously referred ...
... 9,318ft in elevation. It was a cute little mountain town nestled in a little valley of the San Juan mountains. We de-boarded the train, and headed off in search of a place to grab lunch. This town only has one paved road, all the others were dirt. That day there were huge wind gusts that would pick up the dust and dirt and carry it - good thing we had our rain jackets to break the wind and protect us from the dirt. We wandered around the town for a bit, and ...
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