A Tale of Two Museums

Accessible pathways at Ute Museum

Since the government shut down, I’ve been scrambling to find accessible non-National Park things to do in a land filled with National Parks. Such was the case yesterday, when we visited Montrose, Colorado. In normal times, the big attraction in the area is Black Canyon of the Gunnison National Park, but since ever square inch of its hiking trails and overlooks are littered with those attractive orange cones, I decided to check out what the local museums had to offer. And although it was an interesting day, one museum rose head-and-shoulders above the other as far as access is concerned. Continue reading