Sunday, October 13, 2019
This picture gives a perspective on why we give railroad crossings great respect. There is a significant difference in the mass of these two vehicles!
Pueblo Weisbrod Aircraft Museum.
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The last photo for today is of a 1941 Dodge truck made for the US Army. It's a little more basic than the Dodge Ram Van that brought us here, but probably simpler to maintain.
Here is today's route in case you want to find the Aircraft Museum or a good spot to wash your van.
Sunday, May 26, 2019
Cliff Palace today, the largest dwelling in the park. Beth decided she was up for 8-10 foot ladders. We climbed down several ladders to descend 100 feet down from the top of the Mesa.
Two days was enough time to get a feel for the park, but we could easily have spent more time here. Wetherill Mesa is another third of the park we didn't visit.
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