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Travel Blogs from Durango
... a very steep trail to see cliff dwellings up close. There was even an underground kiva you could go down into via a ladder. We went down inside and saw how the park had made a replica of the roof. The kivas was very similar to the ones we saw in Arizona in May. When we got back to the top we went to the Museum and it was so well done that I wished we had a lot more time to look. We got back on the bus and Mike told us more stories and explained ...
... old man to shame. The guide was a real interesting dude named Josh. He was the true definition of a western mountain man. He traps, bobcat, raccoon, mountain lion, and God knows what else. He also raises and rides rodeo bulls. To help with expenses he does some fly fish guiding a few times per week as well. Hunter and I both learned more about fly fishing over the course of this one day than we had in years of trying to teach ourselves.
... Ronnie visited CNN.com on the I-Pad and the headline was "Triple-Digit Temperatures Bake Southwest". We read about all the record highs being set in areas around us and decided that perhaps the magnificent southern Utah National Parks might be best visited in when things cooled off.
And just like that, we decided to high-tail it for Durango, Colorado, in hopes of cooler temps and shade.
A full day ...
... raft but after seeing that one flip she was going crazy with worry waiting to see how Caleb and Bruce's raft would do. Everyone from the first raft popped back up to the surface and was fine but Aimee was still totally freaked out. If she could have pulled Caleb out of the boat before it went through she would have. They made it through perfectly fine and pulled over to pick up Cohen. The boys all had ...
... and then race to the next crossing to wave at us again. Guess they had nothing else to do on Friday morning?!?!?
On the way, we stopped to drop several folks off for a zip line experience. They zip through the trees next to the railroad and then have a four course gourmet meal while we go on to Silverton and then return to pick them up as we return.
We also saw a spot ...
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