Sky City Casino Hotel
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- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
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... fields - something we've never seen before - through pine, piñon and juniper forests, and then barren desert, where we set up camp on the side of the trail. In 63 miles, we have seen no water, and there is none at our camp spot despite the creek marked on the map. Fortunately, we've carried enough to cook dinner and breakfast, and get us to the next water source 12 miles away. We're pretty excited about tomorrow: it's a short day at only 28 miles and we end in Pie ...
... the park was a former excavated Pueblo village from between 1210-1380, that archeologists believe housed about 200 people. There visible on the rocks were several petroglyphs. Later in the part, at a location called Newspaper Rock, a huge number of petroglyphs were visible using the telescopes the park service installed. We ended our drive through the park by stopping at Crystal Forest, a petrified forest that used to house a large number of quartz crystal. All over the ...
... civilizations, and happy hour'ed every evening, times made even more wonderful by the gorgeous sunsets behind our sites. More pictures than I have time to go through, so just this little note and a map pin for now.
Tomorrow - on to our membership park at Verde Valley, Arizona, and old and new friends there for the next couple of days! :)
Off to see Sky City or the Pueblo Mesa of Acoma - my host Claire offered to drive the 100 miles there n back, so with a stop for a SW Breakfast at Flying Star cafe- delicious eggs florentine on cornbread then a quick drive around the lusher urban parts of the Rio Grande valley, we headed off on the I -40 to Acoma . Stupendous reservation scenery , sky and clouds constantly in change .. Perfect drive! ...
... stay, but it was kitschy good fun for a little photo tour and dinner. The hotel is on 'historic' Route 66 and apparently hosted a number of early movie stars. I took pictures of some I knew (including the great Katherine Hepburn). My favorite are the head shots of the actors which include their six-shooters. I love a good ole'-fashioned western. See especially John Wayne, looking a little chunky in his picture.
Our final resting place for today is a KOA in Grants, ...