Rodeway Inn Cortez
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nice but not fancy
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... old arrow-heads, tools, pottery, weavings (basketry) and way more - you could spend hours there. We didn't, as we wanted to see the ruins. So, the self-guided tour wasn’t really – there were two rangers there; they just didn’t lead you down the trail. It was Spruce Tree House, the best-preserved and 3rd largest cliff dwelling; they think it housed 60 to 80 people, and has 130 rooms and ...
... to rent the cabin that I could see lightening all around me the last few miles!
Here it gets funny! A couple of states back, I stopped at a rest area and got to talking to another biker who was going a different direction then I. He was zig zagging back and forth and said he was going up the mountains for a ride. His name was Kenny. I checked in, unloaded my bike and was headed to get a beer when who rides up but Kenny! We ...
... of their time in the kiva during the very cold months of the year.
Our park ranger did an excellent job of explaining the lives of the Anasazi people. We enjoyed exploring these ancient dwellings and the kids really had fun climbing the ladders in and around the site.
After our tour concluded (in about one hour), we explored some of the other sites, including the Spruce Tree House (another dwelling) and ...
... minutes each way from Vegas- would be a huge waste of valuable travel time but it had to be done I figured). I used their facilities, which were open, and just happened to pass by the outdoor box where they keep the park brochures and just figured I'd go ahead & grab one while I was there (I collect those too)... Guess what was inside the box besides brochures..... little strips of paper with the park stamp already on it, and even the correct date already set ...
... of a stone wall that was still standing. I also eventually found the gate I should have entered by. Judging by the logbook I signed, the site receives visitors less than daily. After about an hour of exploring I got back in my car and left. I wouldn't recommend visiting the site.
My car was still coated in mud so I went to a ...