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... of Spruce House (below the
visitor center) and then decided to after that to take another hike from Spruce
house. Didn’t know anything about this hike except that it was a loop trail and
thought it was about 3-5 miles long (it was). Well it ended up being along
canyon walls about 30 feet below the rim and around 2 canyons. Sometimes the
trail got very narrow, we climbed up, down, over, under, round and through boulders
and trees. It was pretty fun and the ...
An early start today. An hour into our drive, as we wound through the mountains there was light on the horizon, and shortly after 7am we found ourselves driving directly into the rising sun. THAT hasn't happened for me in a while (see photo as proof).
Pagosa Springs, Colorado is a really small town located on the western slopes of the continental divide, at 7000 feet above sea level. Much of its businesses spread outside of the ...
... breweries, one of which called Steamworks Brewing Company we sampled for lunch and, yes, a couple of beer! Food and beer were good, and adding to the taste of the beer were a basket of salted peanuts in the shell – nice touch. Our waiter told us to just throw all the peanut shells on the floor: of course we didn’t, but a table full of happy little boys in the "family area" did – their table area was a total mess of ...
... on the Navajo Nation Tribal Park land, so there is ample opportunity to browse and purchase locally made jewelery, as well. It's one of those sites that make for an interesting tourist stop. People try various creative ways to put their body on all four spaces, eg, posing while doing a push-up or a yoga "bridge" position!
Hovenweep National Monument, near Cortez, CO. The canyon and mesa country north of the San Juan River (UT & ...
... dried out meat like I did. We talked a couple of minutes and they said they were out exploring national monuments for a month or two depending on how long their money held out.
I made it to the Arches National Park at about the hottest part of the day. Let there be no mistake, this is desert country. So far, I have seen no wildlife but today that changed because I saw the weirdest little critter. It looked like a cross between a shrew ...