Retro Inn At Mesa Verde
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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We got back onto the 160 highway at Pagosa Springs, and then followed that for the last 90 miles to Mancos. There were a few roadworks - some to do with the recent snow & rain, and some just regular resurfacing. We got here just after 5pm.
A long day, but enjoyable. Had dinner next door to the motel - at "Millwood Junction" restaurant.
National Monuments, and Mesa Verde National Park. Visit Mesa Verde NP after
May. This is when the entire park is open. We were able to tour Balcony House
but Cliff House and Long House were still closed. It is pretty amazing that you
are able to walk around these 800+ year old structures. We were able to see
Cliff House from overlooks but it was closed (normally open) due to some restorations
and would open the end of May. Long House is located in ...
... sites. Another must-see of the park is the museum! A lot is told here about the Native Americans history as well as original relict of the Pueblos are exhibited. As it was starting to heavily rain again, we skipped the Wetherill Mesa and the Long House and, instead, slowly drove back to Cortez.
Noticeable in this area are also the huge bean fields around Cortez. So if you ever come to that area and crave a good chili con carne, this is your place to ...
... to use the new remote adjuster for my fuel air mixture. Unfortunately, there aren’t many places to stop on the mountain passes, at least none where a good picture opportunity was. My fuel/air mixture adjuster is a really cool little thing I found online at http://www.glensvtxgarage.com/. It allows the adjuster to hang down under the engine cover. Before, it was necessary to disassemble a bunch of stuff to make an adjustment if ...
... of the few towns and it crawls with ghosts that live in the shadows. We passed the southern edge of Monument Valley, a place made famous by the old western movies, near Kayenta. There are ancient pueblos in the rocks around here built by the people the Navajo replaced when they moved south from Canada centuries ago. The Navajo call them "Anasazi," which means the "ancients." Problem is that they are not so ancient. They live amongst the Navajo as the Hopi ...