Circle K Guest Ranch
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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A good sleep & awesome brekkie. Although I'm yet to try the make your own pancakes & waffles we did get into a cinnamon mini scroll. Breakfast was delayed a little as we had to tear apart two suitcases & two backpacks on yet another Vegemite hunt! We were excited about only having to drive nine miles to get to Mesa Verde...until we got to the visitor centre. I booked us into a tour & as we were deciding ...
Today has to be bullets, I'm a very sleepy girl: -This morning was complete chaos (SUS was there, so there were 60+ Bike & Builders trying to get ready in the morning; SUS has much more morning energy than we do, not to many people in our group chit chat before mile 10) -A huge fired up cheer with both groups -It took forever to get our the door... So many people -Ben hurt his hand -45ish mile day -Spent some time at a local bike shop - got my chain ...
Oh boy. What an excellent way to spend my Fourth of July holiday. A day off, in which I got to sleep in until 930, go whitewater rafting with some of my favorite people, and spend the afternoon enjoying a parade, fireworks over the mountains, mingling with the SUS trip (who came into Durango in the afternoon), and rounding out the night with some ...
First stop this morning was gas which Regan negotiated without an issue. I had seen a sign for espresso at quite a cool looking cafe so I had buggered off to try it out. It was the best latte I have had so far, not NZ standards but good for round here. We had a quick walk up and down the Main Street, lots of Route66 souvenirs and cowboy boots. Then off to the canyon. We entered the park just after 10 and ...
Gentle start with breakfast and a drive to Mesa Verde. The "green tableland" just rose out of the plains, and we had to climb some 2,500 feet to get to the plateau. We decided we didn't have time for both walking and sightseeing, so opted for the latter. We started with a Puebloan "town". This was built in a cave that was formed by erosion of the softer rock under harder, making an overhang some 200ft long and 85ft at the deepest point. Three were 85 ...