DoubleTree by Hilton Grand Junction
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... by 40 miles (121 by 64 km), consists of a giant dome-shaped anticline of sandstone, shale, and limestone that was pushed up during the Paleocene Laramide Orogeny 40-60 million years ago. Since that time, infrequent but powerful flash floods have eroded the sedimentary rocks into numerous valleys, canyons, gorges and buttes. Part of the Swell has geographic features that resemble the planet Mars.
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... We boarded our plane at 05:45. We were right on time. Unfortunately, once we were in the air, we learned that there was a substantial amount of weather in southeastern Colorado. Our route would actually take us into west Texas instead of the direct route to Dallas.
Headed out this morning towards Moab. I did see a huge arch on the way but could not get into Arches or Canyonlands NPs . . . I am definitely going to come back to Utah and see this stuff some time. Heading out of Moab I took a route that followed the Colorado river. The river is much smaller than I imagined . . . More the size of the Great Miami or Fox rivers than the Ohio or Mississippi. ...
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... to the secondary parking area. From there we rode up the road until the grade became too steep for an old, fat man. We walked to the top of the hogback and then coasted to the main parking lot.
After loading the bikes, Tyler drove us back to Fruita so we could turn in the bikes. We got back before the bike shop opened, probably about 08:45 or so. We decided to relax at the Aspen Street Coffee Company. It is directly across ...