Candlewood Suites Grand Junction NW
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... 30 miles in length and takes you from the valley floor up steep inclines and around tight turns revealing at every turn fantastic views of the rock formations. The area is a geologist playground with all of the formations and types of rock within the park. Over millions of years the upheaval of the from the Redlands Fault pushed the rock up creating the mountains, and then over subsequent millions of years the actions of ...
We needed a day of rest after two long days. We spent the day doing laundry and a few errands. The KOA had some great amenities for kids. Maggie and Duncan enjoyed playing air hockey and ping pong. They swam in the pool and rented pedal go carts and raced each other around the park. Like ...
... the sky darkened and lightning started to flash. The monsoon low caught up with us again. Concurrently, the dun was setting in a mostly cloud free western sky. This made eerie shadows and lighting. We drove back into Arches NP to record the awesome scenery. The dark blues, the reds, the yellows. When we got back to Moab, the rain hit hard with hail and torrents. We continued in the storm slowly up the Colorado River's canyons. Rain created temporary waterfalls off the ...
From the sauna like bottom of the canyon one day and into the snow packed San Juan mountains of Colorado the next. Life is great :) ( sorry for the copy right infringement in that last phrase) After I left the canyon I drove over the four corners and found a motel, in an attempt to try and recuperate in a nice soft and luckily clean bed. I hit the road in the morning heading to a town a bit out of the way called Durango. I had ...
... for an hour sipping coffee and watching the sun light up the mountain behind us. We did get the stove going again before we went to the pools so it was nice and toasty when we returned to our cabin from our soak.
We made pancakes and packed up the car and headed out the door to our next undisclosed location. We drove through the town of Redstone which was super cute but mostly closed up for the winter. We seem to be in a summer resort area so it ...