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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 ...
... got close to the Monument we saw a rock that came to a point, arching out toward the Monument as if to say, "you must be this tall to be an Independence Monument."
Finally, after nearly two hours, we made it to the base of Independence Monument. It was quite impressive. Hillary decided to go up the final 50 or 100 feet to actually tourch the "butt" of the Monument. I stayed where I was to document the moment, the best decision ...
... by the numbers of people that drove by his home heading north to the many trails in the BLM land just north of him. The numbers of people increased significantly during the Fruita Fat Tire festival. Since he began, he has people from as far away as England stop by and check out his fence.
A client had given him a used hose reel. From that reel, Orville built a bicycle sculpture. Many of his visitors stop to ...
... map from him. He said we would probably enjoy the trail called Rustler's Loop.
Tyler and I got up today at about 05:30 and were on the road at about 05:45. Tyler was the driver. Our destination was the parking area for the Kokopelli trails. This is about eight miles west of Fruita.
We drove through Fruita and got onto I-70 West. We were heading to exit 15. Shortly after getting on the Interstate, detour barricades moved us ...
... and Noble, so I decided to stop in there first seeing that I had plenty of time.
I wandered around the place for about an hour and picked up a US Road Atlas that I was in dire need of (putting too much faith in the GPS can be a major mistake) got a cheap book for pleasure reading and got some yoga cards to help me mix up my stretching routine. After all that, I still have $5 left on the gift card - thanks Lisa!
By the time I left Barnes and Noble I was getting ...
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