Field Trips Anywhere
CHO(HAN)Haejoang
Field Trips Anywhere
CHO(HAN)Haejoang

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johancafe 2010.07.13 22:10 조회수 : 3830

July 6th; arrive at Denver International Airport in Denver, Colorado, sometime in the evening. Head to Estes National Park, in Colorado (79 miles, 1 hour and 38 minutes) and stay at a hotel, eat dinner and unpack.

July 7th; eat breakfast and prepare for lunch at the hotel. Then enter Estes National Park by at least 9:00 am. After site seeing in Estes National Park, head to Salida, Colorado (195 miles, 3 hours and 53 minutes) and set up a camping site at 13,000 feet next to the snow. Eat dinner at the camp site. http://www.estesparkcvb.com/


July 8th; eat breakfast at the camp site or eat breakfast in town at Buena Vista. Then go white water rafting. Lunch will be provided by the white water rafting company.http://www.raftecho.com/colorado-rafting-trips?utm_source=google&utm_medium=cpc&utm_campaign=cpc-adwords-state-2010
Then head to Ute, Colorado http://www.southern-ute.nsn.us/government/govpage.html (189 miles, 3 hours and 25 minutes) and stay, eat and shower at a hotel. That evening, you can see the casino in the Ute tribes. Go out, eat, drink and talk to people.

July 9th; Stay in Ute, Colorado until lunch time and then head to Taos, New Mexico (191 miles, 2 hours and 20 minutes) and stay in Taos City, eat dinner and you can shop if you like. The next morning participate in the Taos Festival. Have breakfast in the hotel and eat lunch at the festival site. http://www.taosvisitorsguide.com/events/powwow.htm


July 11th; after lunch leave from Taos and head to Dulce, New Mexico (119 miles, 3 hours) and stay with the Jicarilla Apache Nation. I am still talking to them; we will either set up a tepee or set up the tents. http://jicarillaonline.com/


July 12th; after breakfast, you will meet the Jicarilla Apache Nation’s officers, who will deligate to each of you your job during the Little Beaver Festival. Your work schedule can be normal, from 8:00 am to 5:00 pm. After that, visiting the Native American ruins.

Note: the festival will end on the 18th. On the 19th and the 20th you can help take down, and clean up after, the festival.


2010-06-18