Sundance Bear Lodge
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- Continental Breakfast
- Non-smoking hotel
- Non-smoking rooms
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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Alarm went off at 4.30am so we could head up the hill to meet our tour guide to take us to horses at 5.30am. At 6am we realised things were not going according to plan!!! At 6.45 we knew we were not riding! So money paid up front but no tour company. So we watched the sunrise from the rim not quiet as expected but still lovely & chilly. We …
... used to. We had learned to save our water for the trip back, as the trip down is downhill and the trip back is uphill. Hiking at 7000 ft elevation is a little tougher than at Florida sea level. Fortunately the weather was great, sunny and in the mid 80's with a little breeze.
Once we got down into the cliff dwelling site, we were really able to climb among the ruins. We went from one end of the alcove to the other and ...
... he had been tending to some out of town business and had just gotten back. He would not have BBQ ready until tomorrow. We parked back at the hotel and walked next door to the Millwood Restaurant. It was not a disappointing change. The restaurant looked like it was decorated with reclaimed wood on the inside. It was full of local farmers/ranchers and the food was great.
After dinner we relaxed a bit in the room then crashed. It was a long day of driving.
... Mexico, Arizona, Colorado, and Utah - all in one afternoon. When we got to the Four Corners, I realized that I had just fallen into the best of tourist traps. While I thought this monument was run by the government, it was really run by the Navajo Indians. So for $5 we were able to stand in line to have our pictures taken. We can check this one off the list.
After all this excitement, we headed back to the campground for dinner.
Chuck and Sheila ...
... but then we were at about 8500ft asl. We headed along the Mesa and viewed some more ruins from across the valley (Cliff Palace) and also had a walk around the incomplete sun palace. We headed down the hill and had lunch in Cortez. We were there for about an hour and we managed to have lunch and a bit of walk around and a look through the visitor centre. (NB had quinoa chips which were Devine) We travelled through some uninspiring scenery to monument valley, ...