Courtyard by Marriott Grand Junction
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Travel Blogs from Grand Junction
... merica my bike starts to run like a cheap alarm clock and then it hits me, my fuel injection is based on Edmonton';s altitude of about 2400 feet. Anything above 5000' really makes The Rocket run rough. There was a mountain pass recently that was at 10640 feet, it was running like a 1959 Volkswagen at that time.
139 was a pretty spectacular road, devoid of traffic and busted to ****, but pretty fun.
Pulled into Grand Junction, CO ...
... a doubt be necessary. The road to Grand Junction was equally as desolate as the road to Four Corners. I could not believe how few cars were on the road. There wasn't much to see, no reason to stop, and I will admit...I was getting bored. One moment of interest was when for the first time on our trip, all three kids fell asleep at the time!! It was bliss for about 20 minutes....until I stopped the car to take a pic and all the kids woke up. ...
... have used that instead of hotels, but maybe I am too old for that!!
There is more wildlife to see around the train here as the terrain is changing and is not so barren. Lots of animal tracks in the snow. Some people are guessing that a lot of the tracks are coyote tracks.
... he built the interstate highway system. Well, Glenwood Canyon is 12.5 miles long and it is a dual level roadway all the way through. Eisenhower did not want the walls of the canyon ruined so the engineers put the upper, westbound roadway on pilings and the eastbound road ran mostly beside the Colorado River. It was amazing! We stopped at the Grizzly Creek Rest Area and walked down to the river. Some of us took off our shoes and waded in the ...
... expected to be in tonight.
Fruita Biking, Hot Tomato and Bee Acquaintance
Coffee breakfast and bikes in the truck. We took the "secret" route to 18 road and soon the orchards and cornfields turned to desert and desert. We had forgotten the trail book. I gave a short-lived funny look of "should we go back and get it?" and in seconds we were already on Zippity-doo-da.
We had gone the wrong way. Luckily, we ...