Country Inns of America
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... the park, we drove north for a couple of hours headed for I-70 that would take us to Colorado. Yes, we have officially made the turn in our trip and are now moving east. We drove through many small towns, some dead or dying, others still full of life. One town in which we stopped was flooded with 4 wheelers at the gas station, on the highway and on off-road trails. They were everywhere. It is clearly the sport of choice in this little town. Some ...
The push north was mostly desert. And I was at this stage sick of the desert and wanted to get clear and into the mountains. The desert landscape changed shape several times but the constant was the brittle cliffs that were off in the distance or high above me. Sometimes they would be smooth red rock formations that had been weathered by wind and rain. Mostly this was Indian land so there was shanty towns all along the ...
Today I took a scheduled day off after riding for 12 days straight. We went to a sports bar to watch the final round of the Masters and the Giant's game. We ordered a pizza and spent 5 hours there. It's a good thing we took today off because it's been hailing and raining really hard. Tomorrow I plan to ride to Montrose which is about 75 miles from here. ...
Amy's mom, Lois took us around town and to some of the places Amy grew up in. It was nice to see the area that Amy and Wayne talk about and to see Lois. When we left, we drove to Delta and up the Grand Mesa Scenic Hwy (65). Saw many mule deer on the way up the mountain. We pulled into a spot in the Nat. Forest near a lake and didn't see anyone all night. It IS ...
... 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 ...