DoubleTree by Hilton Grand Junction
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... t arrive at our hotel in Salt Lake City until between 5-6am tomorrow morning. Frustrated and exhausted we settled in for the long wait. We spoke to the Amtrak staff at the station, who fobbed us off with a customer service number to call (which conveniently is only open Monday to Friday). Hopefully we can get some compensation. We did ask if it was possible to upgrade to a sleeper car, but for $169 we told them ...
... river. We even saw a few corn fields.
As we moved east, the landscape changed several times, from arid desert floors with yellow grass and sparse plant life, to mesas of purple and gold and orange and tan and finally we began to see the Rockies off in the distance, in a haze caused by the 91 degree temperatures. We landed in Grand Junction around 4 PM and checked into our hotel. Tomorrow we will visit the Black Canyon of the Gunnison National ...
... mapping. Luckily I had purchased a paper map book that helped me find my way towards Moab. I had every intention at first of stopping in at Moab on the highway north. It was still in Utah, but like I said it was an initial thought. I didn't know how long it would take me to get here. There was also a national park just north of Moab that might have been interesting. Driving into moab, the landscape was a little better, ...
... the beauty of North and South Window Arches and the Double Arch. Delicate Arch looked like a cowboy's chaps (just like the sign said.)
Sun was setting so we didn't get to see many of the other arches but we left totally satisfied. Nature in the raw.
We drove to Grand Junction, Colorado and arrived in the dark because we lingered so long at Arches. But it was worth it.
... really comfortable cushion I considered taking to the beach to sit on but instead decided to continue exploring. I crossed a fence into a farmer's property (cue fear of US farmer shooting me for being on his ranch)... no cows though so that made my chances of survival better!
I found these strange fluffy flowers which intrigued me and then stumbled across some cow remains. The bones were clean and the skull intact for the most part, the skin was hardened. I came ...