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So we left for our exciting adventure out west at 6am. Saturday morning. 18 hours later we checked into our hotel in Grand Junction, Colorado. 18 hours - if you would have told me a week ago that I would spend 18 hours locked up in a van with anyone, I would have told you to take a long trip off a short pier. However, I must admit that long ride really did seem like ...
... at the pool, they had noticed that it was "green". Not slightly green – a deep and pure shade of green that the girls had never seen before in a pool. Ava would not step foot into the pool until Heather mentioned the intense smell of chlorine in the air and that no germs could possibly survive that much chlorine in the pool. That got Ava reluctantly into the pool but not without some lasting emotional trauma that will have to ...
... some scenic viewpoints and coming to the end of the road at Rainbow Bridge and Point. We say mistakenly as we thought we were going in the direction to leave the park. Our mistake, and at least we got to see parts of the park that we could via Old Blue.
So we traveled back North on 12, then North on 89 to eventually hit Highway 70. Highway 89 was also listed as a Scenic Byway, but not nearly as scenic (in our opinion) as what we ...
... binoculars. We have binoculars, but, due to poor planning, forgot to pack those. Noah got a new pair of shades.
After dinner, the boys swam in the hotel pool and then went to bed early. We want to wake up early to go on a two-hour hike in Arches right after sunrise to beat the heat as it were. Afterward, we'll drive to the Grand Canyon by way of the Navajo National Monument. ...
... artists meaning to appreciate the art itself. A little further along we spotted a sign to the “Jug Handle Arch” so we pulled into a parking area; and immediately saw a dirt road leading off in the direction that the arrow on the sign had pointed, this was a one lane rocky primitive road. But we thought it would be ok as it leads to the arch. After several miles and the condition of the road worsening to the point of needing a ...
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