DoubleTree by Hilton Grand Junction
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Saturday the 27th dawned clear and bright. Quickly started to melt the 7" of snow experienced since Christmas.
Originally we were going to leave as late as Monday the 29th but with a winter storm approaching we decided ...
We were up early this morning and after packing the car and getting on the road, we landed in Zion at 8 AM and 70 degrees. Since we were at the bottom of a canyon, evidence of the sun was limited and many of my photos today showed canyon walls in darkness. However, some of those that I chose to download have some interesting shadows in them. I hope you will agree.
We began the drive through the 12 miles that would take us to the other side of the ...
Our plane landed in Grand Junction ahead of schedule. Once the plane arrived at the gate, we had to wait for our carry-on bags to be delivered to the jetway. Since we did not check any luggage, we strolled right out of the airport to the waiting vehicle.
It was nice to be in Colorado ...
... glass of wine. Larry and Derek had Ten Acre Red which is made from the grapes grown around the Inn. I had a Cabernet Sauvignon. We sat outside and waited for the appetizers, cheese, fruit, and crackers.
Before long it was time for supper in the Pavilion outside. It was in the 70s and very pleasant. There was complimentary wine and beer with the meal. We sat at a table with Peggy and Joe from Huron and Dick and Judy from Dover. Joe and ...
... the Collegiate Range. Many of the mountains in the Collegiate Range have snow on the peaks all year long. The backdrop of the blue sky really helped the peaks stand out.
The other thing nice about Wilkerson Pass, especially for tourists, is the National Forest gift store. The ranger on duty can answer just about any question. There are all sorts of Colorado items ...