Rodeway Inn Cortez
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Today we went to the Mesa Verda Pueblo an. ruins today. And while walking around we saw a huge beautiful herd of (Furmal) horses. The horses are way more better then the ones in Washington Reservation. After that we came back to town and had Pizza Hut for dinner and are going to go to an indian dancing show also. And right now we are just relaxing …
We spent most of the day in Arches where Jessy walked our legs off. It felt like 10 miles but I think it was more like 4 or 5. Thank heavens for hiking boots. We plan to stay here a couple of days and get to take in Mesa Verde and some of the local history and get some laundry done.
I had a blast today! The Arches was really …
We checked out of the room in San Luiz Rio Colorado and walked over to the border crossing. I got interrogated by border control wanting to know what I was doing, where I was going to and coming from. Finally they allowed me back in to the country, I must admit I was a bit scared for a minute because I didn’t want to go back to Mexico to be …
Not to far out of Cortez, CO is Mesa Verte National Park so we have decided to spend a day and travel around the park and then find a different road back to the RV Part.
Mesa Verde National Park is a U.S. National Park and UNESCO World ...
... and the photos will have to show it all. A fabulous day. And on the way back we tried unsuccessfully to visit 2 wineries! But ended up drinking the wine anyway at the Brewery, before having dinner at yet another choice - the Farm Bistro. Really nice food and vibe, and the woman there gave us advice for breakfast in Mancos tomorrow morning on the way to Santa ...
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nice but not fancy
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