Grand Junction Bed And Breakfast
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... with each of their four limbs in different states, some tried to be cute and hugged and kissed while trying to stretch over the state lines, we decided to take the boring route and just stand on the marker and hope that the kids would stay in play for a few seconds to snap the picture.
Photo taken, we got back into the car in route to Grand Junction, CO...a short 4.5 hour trek...not taking into account any of the potty breaks that ...
Just entered Colorado, tracking along the Colorado River which is frozen over. First thing I saw on entering Colorado was a bald eagle flying low over the river. Awesome. Talking with three young people in the lounge car. They use Air B & B in their travels. Sounds like ...
... on Friday. A little piano jim jam A Nepali dinner, craigslist tractor shopping and I was out cold.
Gas Plant Ride, Project CURE, CRACK
Bike ride through the orchards, cornfields and flashing stop signs out to the Natural Gas Plant in the desert. On the way, I snagged a picture of one of the New Holland bailers we had seen on craigslist the previous evening. I was yelling "good morning" to a bunch of alpacas when ...
... tour groups, etc. It is an adventure harbor. Our first stop was the result of mindless web surfing last night. There was a road that ran south out if Moab called "Potash Road" by locals. It ran along the west bank of the Colorado River. It's the road that Thelma and Louise drove off at the end of their movie. We drove down, noting the river's thick red color. This color is the reason for it's name. The river was walled in by a steep canyon on both sides made mostly of ...
... all morning! As soon as Hillary started back down, a couple made it to the base too. That meant Hillary and I were the first to arrive at the Monument that morning.
As we began our return to the parking area the trail seemed to turn into an Interstate. People were going uphill like salmon upriver; including one man with his young son in his back pack and one lady that was running. The view of the Grand Valley and the Colorado ...