A&A Mesa Verde RV Park-Campground-Cabins
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TravelPod Member ReviewsA&A Mesa Verde RV Park-Campground-Cabins Mancos
VERY good campground. Site was level, electricity good, bathroom was immaculate, people in office very nice. First class campground. Great stop for us.
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... and checked out the visitor's center (very small).
We had lunch at the Ouray Brewery Pub and Restaurant. The food was great, especially being able to eat it inside while it rained outside.
From Ouray we wanted to drive from Silverton to Durango. We decided that the train ride on the Durango Silverton Line would have been a bit long (3.5 hours one way) and was a bit expensive so we wanted to drive through the area that the train would have ...
Today, we continued to learn more about the Pueblo Indians. Sheila and I visited Mesa Verde National Park today. The park showcases the archeological heritage of the Ancestral Pueblo Indians. These folks at 7000 feet elevation in cliff dwellings throughout the park. For $4, I took a tour and visited the Balcony House area. The tour which was guided by a park ranger had a group of us climbing along the mountains in the living areas of these ancient people.
Our first ...
... change and without cover anywhere at 88F in the sun. I know, we’re wooses. The families live below and farm the land, providing vegetables and fruit for themselves, with little left over, so we are told by the visitor center. And, continuing in the spirit of the “mexican’ sellers in Earl’s restaurant yesterday, we were approached in each viewing pull-out by vendors hawking their goods. The canyon was quite amazing and beautiful, and ...
... other thing I saw in Green River, UT
Pic 9 - The Arches National Park: Arches National Park just north of Moab. Time for a quick look and off to find lunch. The only live animal I have seen looked like a cross between a shrew and a tiny rabbit. I shall call it "Shabitt" .
Pic 10 - The Arches National Park: Arches canyon. I’ve been riding through tons of stuff redder then this.
Pic 11 - The Arches National ...
... Verde are the cliff dwellings built by the Pueblos back in the 11th -13th centuries. As one American lady said to us indignantly: "Who said we Americans don't have any history?!" She went on to tell us that none of this is taught in American schools. The textbooks only start off in the 17th ...