Carriage House Inn
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- Breakfast Available
- Swimming pool
- High-speed internet in room
- Reduced mobility rooms
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... taking route 191 all of the way from border-to-border. I decided to take it all the way down to Douglas, AZ. Along the way today was Flaming Gorge - do you believe the visitors center was out of post cards! Hopefully I will make it to northern AZ ...
... may not pass" but, I could be wrong here since it is not written in Spanish! I stopped in at a trading post just to see the wares. There are a funny couple of grumpy old guys running the place. The first thing out of their mouths is "we sell real Indian jewelry, not that **** they sell at Four Corners!" This is especially comical because these grumpy old men look pretty darn white to me and the folks I saw at Four Corners look very much Native ...
... 5 museums in one, where we spent 1 & half days browsing. And then on to Yellowstone & Grand Teton National Parks for more wonderful scenery & some wildlife, although not as much as we'd have liked. A grizzly did walk across the pebbly bank of the river not far from our camp one morning but we had to wait till we were well away from the parks & had stopped ...
... and treating others with respect. So whatever the religion is evolving into, maybe it is going in a good direction, even if Mitt Romney does wear the magic underwear! A couple I spoke with last night is on their honeymoon. They are both widowed and have 12 grandchildren between them. They got married in Salt Lake City and are on their way back home to Indianapolis.
For the last 12 hours or ...
... named Seth who has a '74 Bronco. Dave and Seth were looking at MUDHNTR and just imagining how it would tackle the Rockies during our drive the next day (at times we were relegated to 2nd gear and 20 mph in the right lane...the truck struggling the whole way). Alas, all good things must come to an end and we had to head off to bed at midnight. Morning dawned way too early but we wanted to get to Fruita by mid-afternoon for a ride on their famous trails. With the high altitude, ...