Durango Resort On Vallecito Lake
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Next was the 4-corners monument. This is American tourism at its most fun and tacky, with a Native American twist. It was $3 per person to enter the area with the four state plaques and it was lined with Native American shops selling trinkets mass-produced in China and fry bread, but where else can your feet be standing in 4 different states? ...
... up my tent a ranger came by and he mentioned he was a volunteer ranger.....hmmmm. He was the third one i met over this trip and he told me about it, and it does sound like a fun experience when i retire one day...even more so for my brother Brian! I left along the same idyllic 40 mile canyon road i came in on and still being in an indian and desert mood, decided to head to the four corners area to meet some Navajo Traders. They were very friendly and had some good stories too. I ...
... from the road) and one of the valleys was completely farmed and looked just like Southern Ontario.
I saw another Bison Farm with Buffalo grazing (I think Buffalo are the coolest of animals), a Lama farm and two wild Prong Horned deer.
Tomorrow I am going to ride the 'Million Dollar' highway which is spectacular and that's how much it cost to build. Then hopefully an early day as the next will be a travel day again.
... a 14’er (and if you have FB you saw that we do go there). It was really a nice conversation on the way down as we relaxed with a couple beers and enjoyed the scenery. When we arrived back in Durango we decided to grab some pizza and got a recommendation from Heather to go to JBo’s. Pretty good. After dinner we headed back to our campsite in Mesa Verde for a good nights sleep.
We absolutely enjoyed this experience and would recommend it to ...
... a tiz. Got up to Mesa Verde 2pm and looked through the museum and saw a short movie, bought Briar her patch and booked in for a tour, alot of the ruins have been closed now for the winter but we were short on time too. Sent postcards from the little post office up there and we did a trail down to the Spruce Tree House, fascinating place and a ranger was there to answer our 50 questions, got down inside a Kiva (original dwelling before they built and moved ...
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48 W. Vallecito Creek Rd., Bayfield | Campgroundfrom $110