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"What's that funny noise on the roof?" It was rain, all 10 drops of it….our first in a month, I guess you don’t want to hear that? After 3000 miles of driving we find ourselves only 500 miles away from Phoenix where we started!
Finally we are leaving Navajo country behind and heading for Colorado and the Rockies. We have been travelling the Utah scenic backroads through quiet pioneer towns you really wouldn’t ...
... full. People are drinking straight vodka and beer in the line. I wasn't really in the mood for it so I made my way back to my stinking room and Skyped with my sister Dayna. I told her of my day while organising Accommodation in Boulder, Colorado, using an app called Airbnb. It allows the renting of spare rooms in peoples houses. I find a bartender/actor, Dexter, and request a place to stay. He replies his concerns about ...
... a plateau. To be a true mesa it usually has to have standing bodies of water on it. I western expansion days it was a mesa if you could graze cattle on it. And a plateau is so big you usually don't know you are on a plateau. On with pictures.
This afternoon we head to the Colorado Monument and will blog tonight with pictures that you more likely image when you think mesa.
... advice. After Jessica descended we noted how easy it was to see the prints from the bottom. I guess ut didn't have to be so death defying, but really, when are you going to get so close to a theropod? Our next stop was 6 miles upriver to the famed red rock formations of Arches National Park. These arches and formations sit on top of a thousand foot high mesa. The air heated up in the late afternoon sun and the van engine heated up fast as we climbed the mesa. I ...
... Rockies, taking in Black Rock Canyon, Lake Fork, Gunnison Canyon and Monarch Pass. Also managed to drive by the Continental Divide (again), got to 11,312 ft near the Monarch Scenic Gondola.
Spent the night at Dumas. Lovely phonecall home to grandson Regan for his birthday.
Next morning, another early takeoff. Long day of driving again. Drove through Texas, taking in Amarillo, Wichita Falls, Fort Worth, and ended up at Waco. I must have ...
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