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... facility and we sampled
several, but our favorite was the outdoor 5 foot deep pool, the temperature of the water was near 103 degrees, and it felt great. A dinner out at a local restaurant specializing in Costa Rican food topped off the day. Centennial R.V. Park has been a very nice campground, from the views of the mountains to the large camp sites; it is definitely a place we would recommend.
... Neveshir, Turkey
35. Izmir, Turkey to Istanbul, Turkey
36. Istanbul, Turkey to Tbilisi, Georgia (round trip)*
38. Istanbul, Turkey to Newark, New Jersey*
* - frequent flier miles used
... put in some miles on the rugged mountain roads that Sue couldn't handle. En route, we planned a stop at Black Canyon of the Gunnison. Indeed we made it to the Black Canyon, did the rim tour with some short hikes thereon, then drove down a 16% grade road down to the river and found plenty of campsite space open.
And there we hunkered down for the night.
... We took a slight detour on Skyline Loop which meandered closer to the water. We made our way back to the main trail before stumbling upon a neat overlook with a view of the San Juan mountains and the lake in the forefront. We decided since the trail hike was just over a mile we would hike down the mountain to the Visitor's Center and pick up some souvenirs. Well t-shirts. The problem is we packed for cold whether, but as fate would have ...
I left my hotel in Montrose and drove to the southern entrance to Black Canyon of the Gunnison National Park. The canyon cuts through the middle of the park and most visitors go to the southern part. It's roughly 100 miles to get from the southern entrance to the northern entrance.
The park is relatively unspoiled. It was made a National Monument in 1933 and a National Park in 1999 so it has been protected for a long time ...