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After breakfast we negotiated the petrol pumps mindful that you can travel miles without seeing any sign of civilisation. We first headed to the tourist information centre at Capitol Reef and the lady in the gift shop was most helpful telling us we had to drive the scenic route along Capitol gorge if we did nothing else! So we set off along the tarmac which soon changed to a dirt road meandering along the gorge bottom. The scenery was a real change initially as we ...
... aspen trees with little towns nestled in. It was gorgeous and of course none more gorgeous than in Vail. Being so famous as the ski resort of the uber wealthy we had to stop for lunch. We thought Ketchum in Sun Valley Idaho was upscale - this place was on another level altogether. Parking for just over one hour = $17. Two coffees and three cupcakes = $23. A mink fur coat shop in the village square. The cable car up the hill = $60 (we couldn't ...
... settlement of native Americans who built and subsequently deserted their phenomenal cliff dwellings. These small towns were embedded into the mountains in what you'd consider the hardest of locations to build a home however a 1000 years ago these people managed to. Adding to the aura of Mesa Verde very little is actually known for sure about the people and why they left as the civilisation did not write and therefore record anything ...
... frustration. We wanted to camp, it was part of the whole experience we had signed up for, but we really couldn't face the prospect of damp tents and torrential rain when we wanted to move from one space to another. So, we did the only sensible thing we could do. We hooked up with the mother and daughter from Miami (Nani app and Fio) and booked a room with two queen beds. For $99 plus tax, we had the security of a dry room, a hot shower and comfortable, real beds. ...
... incredible. The mesas, oh the mesas…they rise from the flat dessert floor, parched and cracked like a dried river bed, where even the sage has a difficult time thriving. The mesas, sometimes in earth tone shades of browns and tans and sometimes a brilliant brick red, rise proudly with crowns of stone like jewels against the bright blue sky. (How could anyone even think of putting power lines in front ...
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