Retro Inn At Mesa Verde
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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Not much to report. One photo. Laundry day in Cortez. Shopped next door at the mystery store, the Big R while washing and drying. Everything there for the cowboy, rancher, cowgirl and little cowpoke. Big prices in the clothing area and lots and lots of caboy boots. But, nothing else was close enough to walk to in 30 minutes! Cortez "town" is about 2 miles long, and consists of Main Street, East and West. No one walks – it's ...
Today’s "expect the unexpected" was dinner. Lots of choices, but it means driving everywhere. After reviewing the magazine choices and consulting the internet for assistance, we chose the local Jimmers BBQ. It was a big log building with substantial wood tables – a huge barn of a place. We already had reviewed the menu so knew what we wanted – the rack of Ribs to share with two small sides and a baked potato for ...
Today we arrived at Mesa Verde, not the most exciting place, as it was swarming with Mosquitos. Had to cook and made a good dinner, but it took around twice as long to eat than normally, as you had to smack mosquitoes after every bite you took.
After dinner, we seeked shelter in the laundry room, where we played several games, including monopoly, which as always ended in certain people being *****ing, it was medium fun ...
... the western side and it really was pretty...not sure if I'd put it at the top of the list, though...mainly because it was becoming a very long list as I continued to cover the miles across the US.
Rather than playing campground tag, Kate and I both keen to spend a couple of nights in one place, so we began scouring the surrounding forest for a good spot. Eventually we found an absolute ripper, ...
... excited. Daddy was excited to see a peregrin falcon. We had planned to do a tour of Cliff House, but it was sold out until 1.5 hrs later. We didn't have time to wait, so we decided to do SpruceTree House instead. This is self-guided, but you have to drive a bit from the visitor center. We saw a lot of evidence of a past wild fire. We drove over, and headed down the path to the site. You can see it as you walk over, ...