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- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... a knowledgeable and interesting adventure of the cliff dwelling community and caves. After the tour we had the opportunity to explore ourselves so we headed for the spruce tree house caves in which we got the opportunity to go down into one of the kevas which was absolutely brilliant and visit the museum which was really interesting to learn about how the pueblo people lived and survived. Absolutely incredible place and very happy I got ...
... up the Colorado River which borders the park for about 15 miles looking for a spot to camp and it was PACKED. Now dark, I drove into the town of Moab and found a campsite in town. I set up camp, read awhile, then hit the sack.
The next day I woke up, packed up the tent, made coffee and headed straight to Arches National Park. I spent about four hours adventuring through Devil's Garden, and I could have spent 4 more days. There was ...
... nearby. They called patrol and they showed up and drove me to the Telluride Medical Center. At the center they verified that I had not severed my tendon and I got stitches. I was out skiing again by 3pm but I just stuck to the lift 4 runs.
Dinner tonight was at the New Sheridan Chop House. I got a margarita, French Onion Soup and 10 oz sirloin with the green peppercorn sauce. The steaks are all served with roasted garlic and come with a bread basket (garlic pita ...
... car my muscles had stiffened up so much I could barely walk, Helo was really stiff too. I've never seen him like that. He had a hard time getting up. Helo and Waipu both laid down and slept for the night once we got back, around 8 PM... I took a long hot shower and watched So You Think You Can Dance online and Dia went off to visit some other friends who wanted to see her on her birthday. Her energy is mind boggling.
A beautiful and terrible day. But it's nice to ...
... place to put one. We got there right as the 8:00 train pulled out, so it was neat to hear the train whistle and the old steam engine pull out of town. I am a sucker for trains – wish we had more of them in the US – the passenger kind that is.
By the time we got to the station – the original one built over 100 years ago – we had 20 min. so spare, so we walked around the place and went into the shop. Surprisingly, the shop ...