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Yesterday morning we went on a self guided tour to Spruce Tree Houses. Mesa Verde is a huge park and we drove around this spectacular mountain scenery. It is now drizzling but off we go on the "strenuous" descent into the Cliff Palace where 150 or more people lived from 1100 to 1300 AD and then moved on. The descendants of these people ow live in Arizona New Mexico and Texas. Some became the Navaho, ...
Left camp and drove north, crossed Ute Indian land and passed Chimney Rock. Arrived at Treasure Falls. Fifteen minute hike up near to the falls, ascending 300 feet.
Then travelled up Wolf Creek Pass, getting to 3333 metres! Pine forests and lots of snow.
Then came own a bit to The San Luis valley and Great Sand Dunes NP. Had hoped to camp, but camp site full. Amazing sight of 750 feet high sand dunes nestling against 14,000 ...
Sorry I have been so slack at updating this blog. We have been so busy and internet has been non-existent or very slow. We have been staying in a lot of National Forests or State Parks. We don't find a lot of the RV parks very nice so far. Tonight's is an exception.
I will try and catch you up with what has ...
Thursday May 22, 2014
This morning we went to the “Great Sand Dunes National
Park and Preserve”, just northwest of the campground. It is one of those sights that you have to see to appreciate, traveling over the relatively flat valley floor toward the
mountains you can see a brownish area at the base of the mountain, and as you
approach the area you can see these ...
... at a respectable speed. We stopped for the night in the town of “Blanca”
at the “Blanca R. V. Park”. It is a
small campground, with small gravel sites and no grass, but we do have full
hookups, WIFI but no TV will make due for 2 nights.