Abode at Willowtail Springs
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... to get between buildings. I was concerned about the height, but the only time I had any trouble was during a couple of the switchbacks where we were very close to a cliff edge. At the actual dwelling site it was very comfortable. It turns out that these particular Indians were farmers,. The farmed the mesa above and had large cities above on the mesa. There were some examples that we also saw. But for some reason about 1100 AD, ...
... and waited. Along came 3 vehicles with photographers - obviously train buffs. We were opposite the water tower built for a scene in Raiders of the Lost Ark. It is the scene where Harrison Ford swings around the tower.
In the afternoon, we reached Aztec Ruins which are from 1100 to 1300 AD.Tthey are not Aztec Heritage site.
We reached Mesa Verde ...
... of the day became too exhausting so set off to do the 4 mile round trek to the petroglyph panel. However on espying that one of the houses, Spruce Tree House was relatively quiet with only a few other visitors we opted to look around it first. This gave us our first glimpse of the stone dwellings built by early man with round shaped kivas built into the ground and accessed by ladder. We were able to climb down one of the ladders to see what the experience ...
... delayed by road works and slower vehicles. Monument Valley was quite stunning. We checked into our hotel (Far View) and had a bit of an explore and took some photos, it was quite hot. We headed out to have a look at Gouldings store and John Wayne's cabin, then we boarded some Toyota 4WD Utes set up with old car seats on the back for up to 20 people and headed up a windy dirt road to visit some Navajo stalls and some amazing scenic photo stops before heading ...
... br> Our drive today was through both narrow and wide valleys with rounded hills, buttes, or much larger mountains in the distance surrounding the valleys. After we left Pagosa Springs and climbed out of there, we were in much more arid land than we have seen for several days. The area reminded us more of northern New Mexico which makes sense I guess as we traveled not too far north of the state line. The temperature was warmer, 86 degrees, which rose to 91 degrees by the time ...