We left Mt Rainier National Park and spent a night in Couer d'Alene, Idaho, on our way. The lake and river seem nice enough but we were just passing through.
We are in Mount Rainier National Park with two of my sisters and a cousin and their families. For the last 3 days, we have been seeing the park around Paradise.
We had heard from a number of people about Sedona, Arizona, so we decided to take a day and drive there. I had a feeling that there was a lot of red rock formations, but that was all I knew.
There's a good reason it's called the Grand Canyon. It is really grand. The canyon is really unbelievablhy large.
Canyon de Chelly reminds me of the Grand Canyon in some ways. When you go to the canyon, you drive across the desert and it seems like you are on this large plain.
While we were at Mesa Verde National Park, we drove ther through Durango,
In the southwest United Stated, there are lots of places where you can see ruins of ancient people's dwellings. Mesa verde National Park holds, for me, a unique position in these.
On our way from Albuquerque to Mesa Verde National Park, we needed a place to stop for lunch. In looking at the map, we saw several possible small towns on the way.