Courtyard by Marriott Grand Junction
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... around these canyons, it's amazing to consider the distances they had to cover and the hardships they must have endured. But even more awe-inspiring are the forces that acted on the Earth's surface to create these gorgeous layers and colors, plateaus and canyons, and leave them here for us to enjoy.
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This will be the first of two blogs today. Once again our trip over from Glenwood Springs was spectacular. Not necessarily my I idea of beauty, but certainly spectacular. We weren't on the road very long before Lynn grabbed the camera and began clicking away. This set of pictures may be more for the geology buff. I stand in awe of the strata and formations. Enough so that I ...
... tour groups, etc. It is an adventure harbor. Our first stop was the result of mindless web surfing last night. There was a road that ran south out if Moab called "Potash Road" by locals. It ran along the west bank of the Colorado River. It's the road that Thelma and Louise drove off at the end of their movie. We drove down, noting the river's thick red color. This color is the reason for it's name. The river was walled in by a steep canyon on both sides made mostly of ...
... junction. If anyone is driving in southern Colorado, take the road! I spent the night with a relative of my relatives who is a radio broadcaster. We grilled up some food and had a good evening while he gave me some tips on how I can improve. The next morning I went to the Colorado monument then it was on the road again. Photos here, most places, truly can't capture the awe Song of the day Strangers like me- Phil Collins ( from Tarzan) ...