DoubleTree by Hilton Grand Junction
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As you will see most of the day was spent either going waaaaaaaaaay up or waaaaaaaay down with lots of twists and turns along the way.
I will stop typing here and let the pictures tell the story.
... We drove this road through hairpin turns, working our way up and off the canyon floor and up to a higher elevation. (I have to comment on this road. It was paved with asphalt made with reddish brown sand. Consequently the road is brown, which, in my opinion, matches the landscape perfectly.) And as we got higher and the sun got higher, the pictures got better. About half way through this drive is a tunnel to beat all tunnels. It is 1.1 miles long, no ...
... 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 ...
From the sauna like bottom of the canyon one day and into the snow packed San Juan mountains of Colorado the next. Life is great :) ( sorry for the copy right infringement in that last phrase) After I left the canyon I drove over the four corners and found a motel, in an attempt to try and recuperate in a nice soft and luckily clean bed. I hit the road in the morning heading to a town a bit out of the way called Durango. I had ...
... 89 between Panguitch and Interstate 70, was really pretty. More rocks -- some yellowish, some really red, some a light green that we think indicates copper. We stopped to take pictures at one spot where someone seemed to be collecting railroad stuff, especially cabooses. Made an interesting juxtaposition with the hills in the background.
But it was after we got onto 70 that ...