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... station for our liquid replenishment ritual (gas for the motorcycles and sports drink or water for ourselves) and, then, we proceed north on Rt. 13. There is nothing particularly interesting about Rt. 13; just miles and miles of open spaces and WIND.
... Park and then follows the Fraser River and Colorado River into Glenwood Springs. It was definitely worth the trip. It takes about 5 1/2 hour by train and is a 2 1/2 hour drive via I-70 to get to Glenwood Springs. It wasn't about being in Glenwood, it was about the trip there and back. Absolutely beautiful trip. Check one more item off the Bucket ...
540 miles today. Left Nevada traveled thru Arizona, Utah & finally Colorado. We are now in Glenwood Springs. Funny thing we have been out west in '05, '10 & now '14. Every time I plan a trip the mileage just seems to bring us to this town. Every time we also eat at a local Mexican place (MaryAnn....Ola!!!!!). Nice little town about mid state. So it was another hot one, with a very scary storm that we skirted around in Utah. We got to a ...
Afternoon of the Fourth--Lee BBQ'd dinner for us, dogs and brats. For the second year in a row, fireworks are banned, so no show. Bummer!!
Friday July 5th--We drove a short distance to Carbondale, CO for "First Friday". They shut down Main St. to auto traffic and there are street vendors and activities. This month's theme was street chalking. Had a great Mexican dinner at Mi Casita.
Sat. July 6--Packed a picnic lunch and walked down to ...
... the runaway ramp just goes off up the side of the mountain. There is a picture of one in the album. I tried to take pictures, but they don’t do the mountains justice.
Note: The trip across the mountains is long because the Rocky Mountains at this point are 100 miles across and are about 11,000 feet at the highest
Note: Along I-70 there are several tunnels. The biggest is the Eisenhower Tunnel at ...