Sky Ute Casino & Resort
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... fee of $5.00!) Between that and not having cell coverage for several days, we were not 100% happy campers! We don’t like being out of touch with the family!
Chimney Rock – home, for a time, over 1000 years ago or more to a group of Chaco Indians. Chimney Rock was the farthest north these Pueblo Indians came in Colorado. Some may know them as ...
After an interesting four hour drive on Saturday we arrived at our second "home" at Wyndham Pagosa Springs. The trip south took us through varying landscapes from crossing over the Continental Divide with a 7 mile drive to the summit and a 7 mile descent, through miles of flat valley where ranching is the activity. We saw fields of hay in varying stages of growth, as well as grains being combined. We saw herds of cattle as well as lots of ...
... it's near my cute village, Pagosa Springs which are having a folk festival this weekend according to the radio station we're listening to. I think it may be too small - but we both like it and it may explore it further. For now, we are on to Denver. Decided that we have seen enough :-) can research further online. Jonathan bought me a half price pair of good walking shoes! Awesome. My first pair of shoes - been wearing sandals for 10 ...
... her Birthday :-) And then it started to rain. We got out the emergent ponchos, and as I had so many layers on, I couldn't get my head through the hole, so Jonathan had to dress me as I was stuck in the poncho!!!! Good news - this weather (55F/10C) is a cold front, so this is not normal for this time of year. Phew - I was cold last night. Slept with two pairs of trousers, two hoodies and my sleeping bag. Now all muddy, so had a hot shower. Always ...
... drove up into the park to look at some of the cave dwellings, they lived in the region between 700 and 1250 AD. They farmed on the Mesa Verde, which is not actually a Mesa because it is at a 7 degree angle, but because of that it was very good for farming. Rather than building in the top of the Mesa, they climbed down e sides and built in openings in the cliff face. Really fascinating to see,mother population then left the area and moved to Mexico, although ...