Dolores Mountain Inn
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... that hung out over the canyon. Worth it.
We also took the trail in the other direction for a bit and
found a path to a point that jutted out into the canyon. There were handrails
this time. From the end of the point, we could see well down into the canyon to
the South Rim, where Lindsey has never been and James barely remembers.
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We got back onto the 160 highway at Pagosa Springs, and then followed that for the last 90 miles to Mancos. There were a few roadworks - some to do with the recent snow & rain, and some just regular resurfacing. We got here just after 5pm.
A long day, but enjoyable. Had dinner next door to the motel - at "Millwood Junction" restaurant.
... of our choice from the condiment area. I now know that ribs are finger food – try attacking them with flimsy plastic cutlery on a foam plate. Sour cream in a squeeze tube. Hmmm… Roland said he wished he had his camera to record my WTF expressions.
We’re off to Mesa Verde tomorrow right after breakfast, and hopefully it will be overcast as the weather report promises. Otherwise, we will cook in that sun. Stay ...
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 ...
... cleverly designed. The kiva was a circular structure with a thick roof made of several layers of wood and then covered with juniper branches. Within the circle was a low wall used for seating. A fire pit was at the center of the kiva, and ventilation was provided by an L-shaped cavity in the wall that went from the top of the roof into the kiva, thus providing circulated air throughout the kiva. It is believed that the people ...