High Country Lodge
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Middle of nowhere...pretty spooky no ranger, no campground host, no information or directions posted except don't shoot your guns and keep your dog on a leash. So we stayed couldn't figure out where or pay or how much so Grady asked another camper and they said they thought it was free. The camp was called water canyon and was next to an observatory. No complaints they had clean bathrooms and everything worked out ...
... dances for everything from joy to courtship.
The nesting range for the Rocky Mountain population of cranes includes western Montana, the Greater Yellowstone Basin, Utah, and northwestern Colorado. The largest population of nesting Rocky Mountain sandhills is at Gray’s Lake National Wildlife Refuge in southeastern Idaho. Cranes return to the same nesting ground each year when they disappear in pairs to their secretive ...
... thrill and steal of the trip!!
I figured Dick and Jean would probably still be in town, so I called them...at the ACE Hardware Store a few blocks away. I told them to come over to the town square because I had a story to tell and something to show them. They came, loved the story, the price, and the cranes!
We returned to ABQ and they to TorC.
BTW, no photos...but be sure to come over and see the cranes when I get home!
... dark. Again, we had to move quickly to get all of the stuff out of the back of the car into the front - but it was a little easier this time since I knew where we needed things to go. We accomplished getting the car ready to sleep in within about 5 minutes. I found it hard to sleep, I kept thinking that someone from the hotel was going to come outside and tell us to leave, or a police officer. But we were perfectly fine all night, and woke up to a beautiful New Mexico ...
... darkness. The girls clung together and gasped as they could not see their hands in front of their faces.
After the guided tour, we went on to tour the Big Room. This self-guided tour took us on a 2 mile trail through the cave. We learned much by listening to our audio tour wands, and stopped at 50 marked points throughout the cave to hear about how the caves and formations were formed and many other interesting facts about the history and future of ...