Weis Summer Trip West 2009 travel blog

Spruce Tree House- Mesa Verde's best-preserved cliff dwelling

Amazing the tools they used to make these dwellings that are over...

International gas tank sign for E M P T Y !!!! see...

David's first glider ride-see pilot in back? I think he is praying...

Back safe and sound (note to our boys....remember after the parachute jump-yep...


Started off the day great going to a wonderful local bakery-yum yum!! Drove up to -- did you guess it --- Mesa Verde National Park...After we entered the park it was quite a distance to get to the ruins....well.....there are about 600 different sites that you could see BUT....as you saw in the photos someONE forgot to fill up...We did get to see the most preserved cliff dwellings and went to the museum. Amazing really how smart those Indians really were and how they survived. I am sure you are wondering....we did make it out of the part and back to a small town for gas...I don't think Max and Jean would have let him live that one down.... THEN...the "BOYS" got a wild hair and decided to go for a Glider Ride....Max had been before but it was David's first ride...he really did enjoy it - quiet and smooth.... Still making memories!



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