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... park. She told some great stories. We stopped at Coke Ovens View where the rock formations looked like the ovens where coal was turned into coke in pioneer times. Our last stop on the Rim Rock Drive was Cold Shivers Point which was a sheer cliff of over 2000 ft. We drove past Devils Kitchen. Originally we were supposed to have supper on the rim while we watched the sunset. Plan B was to have the dinner at Devils Kitchen Pavilion which was built by ...
... In the brush we could see several others, probably a total of 12 ewes and 12 lambs. We could not see a ram. The four ewes just laid there chewing their cud and watching us. When we finally took our next step, they got up and scrambled higher. That was a real bonus!
Not long after the sheep encounter we came across several lizards. They were not quite as exciting to see, but still worth the effort for a photograph.
... bike and the bicycle fence running from 18 Road back toward the owner's home. I turned around again and we headed up the drive to the owner's home.
As we approached the home, we were greeted by a dog, two children and a man. We got out of the van and Hillary introduced herself as the Director of CMU (Colorado Mesa University) TV. She asked him if she could do a story on him and his fence. He agreed. During ...
Yesterday Tyler and I stopped at Over the Edge Sports in Fruita. We rented two mountain bikes for our ride today. The brand of the bikes was Rocky Mountain. Each one retailed for $2,400. The rental price included two bikes, one helmet (Tyler already had his), two emergency kits, and damage insurance on each bike.
The man that fitted the bikes to us suggested we drive just west of Fruita to the Kokopelli trails near Loma. We bought ...
I got an early start again from Green Valley. After gassing up Shorty and refilling the propane, we headed out to I-70. The trip was just at a hundred miles. Most of it was in the valleys, with a few significant climbs to boot. Shorty did it all in stride. Sooby just just hung on. I had a bit of a headwind, but not too bad. Entering Colorado wasn’t too impressive, since we had to drive nineteen miles to get to the Visitor Center ...
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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