Rodeway Inn Cortez
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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nice but not fancy
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... know that most people not from this high elevation tire easily – we sure did. We were there virtually all day, so will likely return to the visitor centre tomorrow. It has also a research centre with loads more information and exhibits.
On the drive out, we stopped at the highest point in Mesa Verde at 8572 feet. It has been used as a fire lookout since the early 1900’s and has 360 degree views of ...
... and sidewalk chalk that they were smudging under their running shoes while laughing uncontrollably. I don’t think they were drinking beer!
We popped into lots of stores on and near Main Street, and after selecting a couple of possibles, I made a purchase of some Zuni-made earrings to match my Mom’s old bracelet. The jewellery seller was a character, an ultra-liberal with some pretty strong views on his country’s ...
... of what they ordered. Josie always has eyes bigger than her stomach.
After dinner, we returned to the room for the evening.
Note to our family and friends: Internet and phone service is limited in these remote areas. We’ve had more luck with e-mails than texts, so if you need to contact us, try e-mailing us. Sorry for the inconvenience.
Tomorrow: Leaving Mesa Verde and moving on the Monument Valley
... spent with Jim's old friends Don and Paula who opened their home to us and were as welcoming as could be. Don (and his adorable dog, Echo) took us on a gorgeous hike in the San Juan National Forest on a trail called the Vallecito Creek Trail (I think). It winds its way up a canyon carved by the Vallecito "creek" (looked more like a river to us!) which is the playground for extreme kayakers (of which we saw many in the parking lot). The rock, forest, river ...
... the weather was beginning to look a little dodgy. Some of my beautiful photos with lovely big clouds stuck on top of mountains began to have meaning. Two storm heads moving towards each other.
Now, I’ve never driven in snow, remember. The Yank has done it all his life, but The Yank wasn’t allowed to drive my rental car. We stopped and inhaled Subway in Monticello and walked back out into a serious grouping of cloud. He was very ...