Rodeway Inn Cortez
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nice but not fancy
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... it humbling when I see these”
living simple” Pueblo people creating engineering feats (that we have just
improved on)and building structures that have lasted centuries. I cannot think
of anything built today that will be here even 1 century from now. That being
said I do enjoy my creature comforts.
Now for Balcony House. This is a ranger lead tour. We had to
walk down to just below the cliff house. Then we had to climb a 27 foot ladder
... at....sort of the same as before but this time with a view.
We also drove about 28 miles NW to visit Lowry Pueblo. That'll have to wait 'till the next entry. More Puelboan ruins and kivas.
... lion sighting.... Hmmmm perhaps walking with older group members is good after all as I only need to run faster than them...:-) Had a look around the museum after our walk then we started to head to our accommodation for the night in then Mesa Verde National Park. The road into the park was interesting with lots of twisty turns in a big coach. We stayed at the Far View Lodge and the room we ...
... I later heard from someone that bikers are not well liked in Salt Lake City for some reason. People were tailgating me and in general, not very careful with their driving. I was happy to get out of that city as quick as I could with all that traffic!
Now Green River, UT, what can I say. There is a place by this name but all I found there were an abandoned gas station and some guy selling beef jerky on the side of the road. Lucky for ...
... return them to another B stop, Art museums, cafes, breweries and 36 recreational marijuana stores in the city! Stayed in an Air B&B apartment and had a very lovely time....but those mountains kept toying with us from a distance and we just had to get up in them...so we hired a car and went to explore the Rocky Mountain national park and begin our trip down to our next workaway gig in Dolores. Where is that?