Candlewood Suites Parachute
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- High-speed internet in room
- Microwave in room
- Non-smoking hotel
- High-speed internet in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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... pictures, we started on our drive to Colorado. We drove through Utah, which is a beautiful place with many reddish-orange rock formations. We stopped and had quite a nice dinner with one of my mom's friends from 4th grade and talked for a while, and then arrived here at our hotel in Parachute, Colorado, ready to see another musical in Denver tomorrow.
... the Observatory at Land's End. We were the only rv there on a point 6,000 feet above the valley floor. We hiked the area and found a waterfall plummeting 500 feet to rocks below.
A storm came across the valley one day. What a sight! It brought rain and cool air right to our door.
Carbondale to Battlement Mesa 60 miles 5 hours and 46 minutes of ride time I rode with my good buddy Dan Cohen (Peace Corps buddy). We started on the Rio Grande Trail which was an old railroad. The first 12 miles were quite scenic and very easy, riding along the Roaring Fork River and then eventually the Colorado River. We started our trip off with a little bang. We came to basically a dead end and ...
Good evening Friends, We safely arrived back in Grand Junction earlier this afternoon. Our journey from St. George, Utah up I-15 and then across Utah on I-70 went very well. Traffic was light; weather was clear with very pleasant temperatures in the 70's to low 80's. Taking the opportunity to stop along the way to soak in ...
... insists was green. I did make it part way down, but not without a couple falls and not without giving up. I am not the type of person that gives up quickly or easily, but when it comes to skiing...I need to ease my way into it...and I assure you, this was not the case here. I ended up taking off my skis and walking, knee deep in powder, the rest of the way down. It's a good thing my poles didn't ...