Soaring Eagle Lodge and Fly Shop
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... also could communicate with Mesa Verde, which I will tell about in the next blog). The Park is run totally by volunteers. Robert’s guide (shown here) has first cousins in the Avalon Peninsula of Newfoundland with whom he has recently visited and the other guide spent her childhood in Argentia, NL as her father was in the military (and she has been back as an ...
... it. Carried on to an RV park in Bayfield and was put in a field. I guess they don't get campers very often. No wildlife except a pet alpaca and lots of folk's doggies. Beautiful flowers everywhere and a lovely river. There seems to be a lot of Native American ruins around here and more, it's hard to keep driving sometimes. The next morning Jonathan made eggs and ham for breakfast with coffee (our usual breakfast) whilst I Facetimed Mum ...
Once again our drive is great. Traffic is good and so is the weather. We are heading north to Colorado. As we do the scenery changes. We are encountering more hills and valleys and can see the mountains in the distance. This is the start of the Rocky Mount Range. The vegetation is going from sparse scrub and cactus to tall pines and green grass and pastures. We also It is quite beautiful.
We arrive at our campground with no issues. We are here for 6 ...
... short growing seasons, and marginal rainfall make it an unlikely place for a major center of ancestral Puebloan culture to take root and flourish. Yet this valley was the center of a thriving culture 1,000 years ago. Its monumental architecture, far-reaching commerce, and complex community life and social organization bear witness to remarkable cultural achievement.
In the mid-to-late 800's, the ...
... visit to Canyon de Chelly. This route, which goes through the Bisti wilderness (pronounced Bis-tie) was recommended by a friendly volunteer at Salmon Ruins who loves the geology of that area. I was unable to explore all the amazing hoodoos and other rock formations because of the massive road construction project, but there was plenty to see from the highway!
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