Candlewood Suites Grand Junction NW
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... We boarded our plane at 05:45. We were right on time. Unfortunately, once we were in the air, we learned that there was a substantial amount of weather in southeastern Colorado. Our route would actually take us into west Texas instead of the direct route to Dallas.
... section the river and the road are in deep Canyons with tall straight red walls. There is bushy vegetation along the river so it was hard to get clean pictures of it.
I came across a loop road that I took thru a valley and up a mountain. Some obnoxious guy pulled his SUV right up to the map so I decided to just try it. It was pretty cool. At a viewpoint from the mountain back into ...
... the Black Dragon Canyon and arrived at the top of the San Rafael Reef. The red cliffs are stained red by the iron oxide found in the rock. Couldn't believe what we were seeing!
And then we entered Arches National Park.
This is one park we had not visited on our previous trips to Utah. We sure are glad we included this time around.
Arches National Park lies atop ...
Loaded the car with golf clubs, luggage, cooler and supplies for 6 1/2 weeks and a variety of environments. The plan for today is mostly driving. We normally take 2 days to drive from Sedona to Denver when we visit our kids and grand kids there. The usual stop is Moab, but this time we are accepting a long standing invitation from our friends Rick and Max in Grand Junction CO.
Headed north via 89A in Oak Creek Canyon. This road never fails to inspire me ...
... a matching pair of women's high heel shoes on top of the air cleaner. This is very obviously a custom car. The roof had been lowered by about five inches. The value of this car may be between $40,000 and $50,000.
Tyler and I both spotted the skull shifter knob in the 1969 Chevrolet Camaro Custom Coupe. For some reason that skull just seemed to scream "muscle car!" I think this one weighs in at around $40,000.