|Mancos River, right through town.|
|Long House from the opposite end. |
There is a seep right below the center of the dwelling where young trees are growing.
I can honestly say we were spoiled by our hike at Sand Canyon the previous day. Not only was it free, but it was on our own time, self guided, wild, and unexpected. Mesa Verde is a beautiful park but there are many other wonderful sights to see around here. Next time we are in the area we will probably stay closer to the Four Corners allowing us more in depth exploration of the Ancient Puebloans land.
We've had a wonderful stay at Mesa Verde RV Resort (review up soon). Not only was the resort nice but our RVing buddies Amy and Rod stayed here a few days as well and we had fun visiting with them.
Tomorrow we're off to Durango for two weeks where we're excited to meet up once again with John and Pam whom we haven't seen since Tucson in February. There will be hiking! and biking! and a birthday!
Life is very good.