Dolores Mountain Inn
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... insight into these cliff dwellings and an excellent commentary
from our Park Ranger, Bailey. By this time it was getting late so we made
our way back to our lodge situated in the park. Our room had long reaching
views over the countryside and a mule eared deer grazed outside our
balcony, the sun went down leaving a warm pink glow in the sky making for
a beautiful evening. Once more an interesting, enjoyable and unexpected
... view down into the
canyon was well worth it.
Finally, we were on our way to our destination for the
night. As we approached the North Rim of the Grand Canyon, we were fascinated
by the stark contrast between the high and low elevations. We had been driving
through arid desert land for hours, but as we began climbing in elevation up to
... And, we went up again to about 7,000 feet. On the way, we passed a little chair lift in a cattle field right next to the highway where you can clearly see four ski runs. It’s so close that when skiing you’d have to be careful to put on the brakes before you hit the highway! The cows were busy mowing, and we guessed they’d move on when the snows come. The town of Durango has an historical area which we explored. Durango has ...
Since departing on our Arizona / Colorado / Texas / New Mexico meander, we have gone from 197-foot elevation at Casa Bonita to a heart-thumping 7,000-foot elevation at Mesa Verde National Park in the course of three days.
Flagstaff, AZ, was our first stopover. This charming college town (Northern Arizona University Lumberjacks) is high in the pines and has several worthy attractions that will bring us back for a ...
... chose instead to tour the outside area where they have some interesting stuff. I snapped a few pictures of their creative art that is all done with a sense of humor. They even have a small petting zoo by the looks of it. I'll probably stop there again on my way back for more pictures.
Off again until I got to Cortez, CO where I decided I had gone far enough for the day. I located the KOA campground. Nice place but once I saw that ...