Courtyard by Marriott Grand Junction
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- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Swimming pool
- Indoor pool
- Non-smoking hotel
- Breakfast Available
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... driving and beautiful sights. Got a motel right off the Interstate and ate there. Very tiring but good day. Tomorrow we have less than 4 hours driving to Jim's brothers house in Denver.
I forgot to tell you in the last blog that the first thing Jim played on the Mormon Tabernacle Organ was A Mighty Fortress! Bringing a little Lutheranism to the Tabernacle! But the other interesting thing was as the tour groups that come into the tabernacle the guides play a pre-recorded clip of the Tabernacle Choir singing A Mighty Fortress! So that hymn is well known!
As we left the Mormons behind we traveled to ...
... apricot, and apple trees (and of course grapes) along the way. The climate here is obviously a great place for agriculture. We bought a few bottles of wine to take home as souvenirs.
We will be leaving on Sunday morning to head to South Fork for seven nights. I am hoping we are going to have cooler weather like we had at Monarch. I will blog when I can. Our campground will have wifi but it can be iffy. Be safe and stay cool everyone! ...
... was done with the truck, I fully anticipated being able to run in to the hotel, fetch the family and be on our way. It turns out that the Holiday Inn at the Grand Canyon is very popular, and everyone and their neighbor's cousins were also partaking in the "free" breakfast. Shannon had to wait for a table only to have some woman hijack it before She and the kids could sit down. Long story longer, we had to stay a bit longer than planned, and ...
... AM for Rifle, then Grand Junction. I had given thought to Rifle for lunch but my Wally World snacks held me in good stead. Pete had told me GJ was the last big stop before Moab. So, like a good consumer I stopped at WalMart again for a coffee thermos and some Gatorade.
About 200 mles so far; about 100 to go. The ride here ...