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... on site, John tried Fry Bread, another Indian tradition; tasted good with cinnamon sugar.
Amazing 'big' scenery that went on and on, always impressive. As we travelled north, lots of fresh snow on high mountains, Lone Cone and Wilson's Peak, to the east in central Colorado.
Entered Mesa Verde NP and arrived at camp. This park is a World Heritage site, famous for its Ancient Puebloan cliff dwellings. Booked ranger tours for ...
... Park administrations are trying to protect themselves from expensive law suits. This is probably the reason why you will continuously see over-protective signs everywhere where there could be the slightest danger of getting injured etc.. Take these signs seriously! However, don't underestimate your own abilities, especially when it comes to experiencing sights like those mentioned above!)
After picking up our tour tickets and park map, we had ...
... so we could get organised & head back out. Decided to do the shorter loop & what can I say, it's the Grand Canyon - incredible! Headed back to the hotel, caught the Grand Canyon IMAX show & then the next mission was dinner. Found a Chinese shop & we were a bit stressed as there was no one in there, but a few spring rolls, sweet & sour chicken, vegies stir fry & steamed rice and we started to feel a whole lot better! Ready to tackle the canyon ...
... I’ll pass on staying there next time.
Again, with the windmills! They are everywhere. Some mountain passes I went through, you could almost reach out and touch them; they were so close to the road and so huge. I can’t believe the size of these things! I’ve seen pictures before but until you are up close and personal, it’s hard to imagine the size!
Since there are mountain passes here, I got my ...
... House" as it looks over the canyon below and has a balcony on the front. To get into this place, we hiked down a trail and then had to climb a 32 foot ladder to enter it. The ladder went straight up the cliff face with no railing or safety net. Once inside, we had to climb though a couple of tunnels to get from one part to another.
The kids enjoyed the tours and climbing ...