Sundance Bear Lodge
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- Continental Breakfast
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Refrigerator in room
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
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... the museum which had a great display of recovered archeological artefacts displayed according to use,plus stuffed examples of the wildlife and birds as well as clothes and jewellery. A really good and educational display. Our return drive took us to see one of the pit houses, a possible meeting house and across the canyon views of Cliff Palace House and Balcony House where we had toured previously. I now realise how poor and segmented my ...
... front of a local farmer's house. There was a marked gate which directed us toward the site, but that's about all the direction we received. The site is for the most part un-excavated or exposed. It's estimated that the pueblo contained an estimated 600 rooms with over 100 kivas. There was one partially exposed and stabilized wall from the "Great Kiva" but the rest was mainly mounds and depressions.The site was initially on private land, but ...
... states in their respective corners. The tribes have built stalls around the monument for hawking everything from lemonade to t-shirts , fry bread, and pottery. The handmade jewelry is endless. Jessica got a few bracelets made of juniper pits for the kids. There was a long line of people waiting to take their crazy photos on top if the very spot where the states meet. In line we made a deal with an older couple. We'd take their photo if they'd take ours. When ...
... Beautiful mountain pass, a bit curvy and sometimes slow-going if you were unfortunate enough to get behind a trailer, but worthwhile and the only way to get to Durango from Colorado Springs.
We arrived in Durango around 5:00, stopping at Tarpley RV for a quick picture. Cheryl texted Brad for a dinner recommendation as soon as we were parked. He called back and gave a few, then said he’d meet us at the Old Tymer Diner. Nice little bar ...
... spent with Jim's old friends Don and Paula who opened their home to us and were as welcoming as could be. Don (and his adorable dog, Echo) took us on a gorgeous hike in the San Juan National Forest on a trail called the Vallecito Creek Trail (I think). It winds its way up a canyon carved by the Vallecito "creek" (looked more like a river to us!) which is the playground for extreme kayakers (of which we saw many in the parking lot). The rock, forest, river ...