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The JSriders Do Colorado, September 2001

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The JSriders' first Colorado ride
The JSriders' first Colorado ride
The pink route was an unintended detour through Farmington NM due to a wrong turn in Shiprock!
Map of Day 1's ride

The pink route was an unintended detour through Farmington NM due to a wrong turn in Shiprock!

Start at McDonald's at Fountain Hills
Start at McDonald's at Fountain Hills
Along I-40 west of Gallup...
Along I-40 west of Gallup...
...we stop to stretch.
...we stop to stretch.
There is someplace to eat in Gallup, after all!
Mardi's Diner in Gallup

There is someplace to eat in Gallup, after all!

Mardi is a wonderful lady, and dining at her place is like eating at Mom's house.
And heeeeere's Mardi!

Mardi is a wonderful lady, and dining at her place is like eating at Mom's house.

Gas in Shiprock
Gas in Shiprock
There are a lot of strays on the reservation. Kind-hearted Alain bought this one a meal at the Quickie Mart.
Alain's pal and her meal

There are a lot of strays on the reservation. Kind-hearted Alain bought this one a meal at the "Quickie Mart."

Where the heck are we? Back on track (we hope) after an inadvertent 80-mile detour.
On the road to Cortez...

Where the heck are we? Back on track (we hope) after an inadvertent 80-mile detour.

But we arrived at the park after dark and carefully rode the twisty park road the 15 miles to Far View Lodge.
...we loop back to Mesa Verde

But we arrived at the park after dark and carefully rode the twisty park road the 15 miles to Far View Lodge.

Day 2 is a free day, but here's the map
Day 2 is a free day, but here's the map
Or maybe not so short. Definitely more than 1/4 mile!
A "short" walk to breakfast

Or maybe not so short. Definitely more than 1/4 mile!

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Cliff Palace (large panorma)

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Residents of Cliff Palace called this the front yard.
View from the overlook

Residents of Cliff Palace called this "the front yard."

Clyde Benally, the park ranger who led our tour of Cliff Palace, shared a Native American's perspective of the site with us.
Clyde the Guide

Clyde Benally, the park ranger who led our tour of Cliff Palace, shared a Native American's perspective of the site with us.

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