Monthly Archives: May 2013

Hiking Near Durango

Durango, Co On of the reasons we decided to visit Durango and Alpen Rose RV Park was we knew that our friends, Hans and Lisa would be here this week.  We first met them during our stay in San Diego … Continue reading

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Hello Colorado

Durango, CO After a wonderful stay of almost three months in Utah (OK, we spent a week in Page, AZ, but you could see Utah out our front window), we have now migrated into the green state of  Colorado.  We’ll … Continue reading

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Moon House Ruins Hike – Bluff, UT

Bluff, UT Sunday was our last full day in southeastern Utah, so we decided to visit one more Puebloan ruins site.  Our tour guide, that nimble hiker, had read somewhere about a site called the Moon House Ruins, but it … Continue reading

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Bullet Canyon – Cedar Mesa, UT

Bluff, UT On Friday we decided to take the most challenging hike we had planned during our stay in the Four Corners area of southeastern Utah.  Bullet Canyon has the attraction of two Ancient Puebloan ruins withing a short distance … Continue reading

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Goosenecks State Park and Valley of the Gods

Bluff, UT The tiny town of Bluff (pop. 320) has three restaurants that have been recommended to us.  We’ve eaten at one (Twin Rocks Cafe) twice and have been very pleased.  Earlier in the week we stopped at the second, … Continue reading

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South Mule Canyon and The Seven Towers

Buff, UT Southeastern Utah has one of the largest concentrations of ancient Pueblo dwellings in the US.  Some are developed and have accessible trails, but there are many hidden in the canyons only discovered by long backpacking hikes.  One of our … Continue reading

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Natural Bridges National Monument

Bluff, UT After completing the drive up the Moki Dugway (see yesterday’s blog), we continued north to visit Natural Bridges National Monument.  There are three natural bridges in the monument, and we decided to hike to all three.  The park … Continue reading

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