Fisheads San Juan River Lodge
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... taking off the safety and spraying. I felt like such a numpty, but in a way, now have peace-of-mind knowing that we have it and that Jonathan had it strapped to him when we are out in the sticks. Interesting town though... Followed the road west to have a look at the Great Sand Dunes National Park and Preserve. Saw an amazing mountain range, Sangre de Cristo Mountains. Drove to the dunes and it was quite the site. What is sand doing ...
... second time we take the car in to get fixed. So Guenther takes the car into town to get it looked at. He comes home and we try it again and still to no avail. We give them a call and we will take it in on Monday when we leave.
We have a mix of sun and cloud and take a walk down to the boat dock. On our way I encounter one of the slimy, slithering things. Fortunately for both of us it is dead. Guenther said it was a gardener snake, but ...
... path, there also across from the river there a huge off leach park for dogs, , walked 2.5 miles, dogs and use seemed a little tried, also in afternoon , clear sealed the roof area in front near the seam of roof and roof line, so hope that works, chilled out at RV ,in afternoon, clean up the Honda, Oh the Honda smell like leaking oil, ...
... go all the way to Santa Fe for a working windmill.
Pic 16 - The Road to Eldorado: Quick, someone congratulate me. I found the road to El Dorado! No gold though. Damn it, retirement will have to wait.
Pic 17 Adobe Looking Houses: I'll give El Dorado this; they are consistent with their architecture. Most houses have this type of look.
Pic 18 - Consistency: And another!
Pic 19 - The Canyon: This new route looks ...
... which was excavated by the archaeologist Earl Morris in the 1920s. Once he had determined how the building must have looked originally, he decided to reconstruct it in the '30s. The internal construction of one of the pillars is left open to show how they were built of alternating layers of wood and stone.
After leaving Aztec I took the long way around to Chinle, AZ ...