Clarion Inn & Suites
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... the site. They think that the mountain was once a river bed and that the dinosaurs must have gathered at the river due to a drought at the time. They either died from the lack of rain, or from the flash floods that may have come later. When the Rocky Mountains were formed, this section of the river was turned on its side and became the side of a mountain. It was really interesting to see. This was discovered early in the 1900’s by a ...
... in its past. We have a long pull through site and I decide to wash off the road dust. To my joy and excitement the water is of great quality and after washing, there is no major streaking. Now coach and car are looking great.
As it is Saturday, we check out a few football games and this was not a great day for Michigan teams. Just a shout out to Al to see how his Saturday went in the chair by the side of the road?
More tomorrow. . .
... the resident eagles.
If you really want to explore the area, you must stay a few days. You can visit the Sand Wash Basin, Browns Park or Brown’s Park (I see both), and Dinosaur National Monument’s Gates of Lodore. Don’t leave Maybell without a full tank of gas and food and water. Out 318 the nearest services are 120 miles away in Rock Springs, Wyoming by way of a gravel road through Irish Canyon.
... it was snowing in places & raining ice , not sleet. We started the day in shorts & t-shirts but soon had to change. The first pass was Cameron Pass at 10,276ft & the next one was Rabbit Ears Pass at 9,429ft. We had a day where it rained off & on for most of the day but it wasn't heavy, just nuisance rain & we were only driving anyway. Eventually we crossed the state line in to Utah. The road down towards Moab followed the Colorado ...
... and Battle Mountain Pass were amazing, despite the haze from the forest fires. We stopped at Camp Hale, the WWII training grounds for the 10th Mountain Division. You can still see a lot of the foundations for the buildings that were part of the camp. You can read more about it here: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Camp_Hale< br>
Driving north ...