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Travel Blogs from Bayfield
2) It really is worth waking up pre-dawn to see the day dawn in Monument Valley.
3) There are roads where you'll encounter more livestock on them than cars. Those critters don't respect lane markings either so head’s up!
4) Rain feels really, really good in the arid west.
Monument Valley Life List (only birds I've never seen before):
Holly: This morning, Olivia and I go on a ride with just the two of us and one wrangler (a ranch employee who works with the horses). A lot of fun and some fast running. Olivia had a blast and she led us home, we happened upon my usual group doing more cattle work. Olivia and I joined them in bringing the cattle home. After lunch (I kept ...
... Turned out to be more like a 60s motel, but with less ambience. Breakfast was store-bought bagels and frozen waffles. We were happy to be on our way this morning.
Los Alamos, by the way, is very clean. We suspect they vacuum the streets. We wished we had more time to explore the town, especially something marked on the tourist map as a “Mini Golf Dog Park.” I’ve heard of poker-playing dogs, but mutt-putt?
... been worth the drive.
But the mountains, lakes, and colorful trees of the Durango area are wonderful. It is beautiful country, and the weather was perfect.
Our final day was spent watching the Ryder Cup on TV, enjoying our riverside campsite, and driving into town for some window shopping and a fun sushi lunch at Sushitarian.
Tomorrow, on to Santa Fe...
... to Mesa Verde National Park.
Woa is this park beautiful! And wow is the drive up the steep, crooked mountain in an RV unnerving for me. After unhooking the Jeep and driving around the campground we locate a spot just large enough for our rig. After getting set up we realize this was a very good decision. Our camp site is nestled in a valley surrounded ...
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48 W. Vallecito Creek Rd., Bayfield | Campgroundfrom $110