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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... but no one really knows exactly why. After Spencer gave us a short introductory lesson, we descended down steps along the alcove, and then had to climb up a 32 ft ladder into the dwelling - very adventurous! While we were in the Balcony House, we had a chance to look through different rooms, and also the kiva, which is a common area used for spiritual stewardship. To exit the dwelling, we had to crawl through a 12 ft narrow ...
... visiting Cliff Palace, the largest dwelling in the park:
"The ranger gave us a tour, and we climbed up two ladders."
- About climbing down into the kiva at Spruce Tree House (Kivas are ceremonial, subterranean rooms used by the Ancestral Pueblo people for ceremonies and other events):
"We went down, and it was very, very dark down there."
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... the Spruce Tree House. We hiked down to the house in a series of switch back paths. It was a good hike but I had to stop a few times to catch my breath. Sheila and I spent some time exploring the rooms. We also seen the water source which was a spring that ran between the layers of rock. Not much water for the folks!!
The next stop was Balcony House. Here you had to buy a ticket and have the ranger guide the group. This tour and the hike was described as ...
... as I had no idea of the culture and events of this area prior to our visit. If only the failing memory cells would retain a little. I think my overall impression was of a very intelligent people living in real harmony and respect for the land and who despite the hard life evolved a civilisation where many talents were developed both practical and aesthetic. We returned to the restaurant for more Merlot and another great meal. My first ribs from USA ...
... 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 ...