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... and then the road steers me clear to one side or the other. I have managed to stay dry but am thinking I am running out of luck real quick! I have rain gear in my bag but decide I will push my luck and trust my leathers to keep me dry if it starts to rain.
I can see the road rise and rise ahead of me. When I crest the hill, I find I am right at the Continental Divide just outside Cuba, NM. This is the highest elevation I have attained yet at ...
... I would be required to pay the $25.00. Disappointing, but if yesterday hadn't been Veterans Day I would have had to pay it anyway, so no harm no foul. Well, this morning, it turned out the same park gate employee was working, and he remembered me from yesterday. I was prepared to pay the fee, but he waved me on through without charging me the fee. Bonus!
The highway through Grand Canyon National Park, Arizona 64, heading east, ...
... us know that we were missing an amazing view. I'm so glad we got the truck that we did, because it handled the road very well. I feel like it's a real heavy duty truck now, driving throught a mountain 'road' like it did!
Anyway, I could tell you about a lot more stuff, but this has been a pretty long entry. Just know that we had a pretty adventurous President's Day...just as George Washington would have wanted.
... and the amazing scenery around us. Not too much further up the road, we started seeing Colorado Columbines! Around the bend, the meadow was filled with them! We got out again to get pictures of this beautiful flower. Looking up ahead, we saw the road start climbing up the mountain. This time when we got back into the jeep, I got to drive! I got to drive all the way to the top of the pass: 13,114'! From ...
... Canyon way up in Montana. We droce aling the beautiful lake admiring its stark, unnatural flooded desert shoreline. The VC was a bathroom oasis for us. There also were great views here of the huge dam (nearly the size of Hoover Dam downstream on the Colorado) and of Glen Canyon to the northeast. After grabbing tacos and gas in nearby Page, we were back on the road.
I planned a route that hugged the border and passed through the Navajo Nation. Since I never speed ...