DoubleTree by Hilton Grand Junction
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... things as well, but those come later. ;)
Arriving at our campground, Island Lake, we found THE perfect camp spot with the most gorgeous views. We would have to dry camp it (camp term meaning run off battery and your own water supply), but the view was worth it. After everything was set up, we sat back and reveled in our new home away from home and the gorgeous views before us. As Keller says, ...
... blowing although nothing special to mention, the miles ticked away and the Beast gulped fuel as per usual. Our plans for Grand Junction included fossil hunting and driving the Colorado National Monument road; a scenic road atop the lifted canyon walls with amazing views. Halfway up the canyon our vehicle decided it wanted to leak coolant but fortunately only an old radiator cap needed replacing and pumped for attempt 2 we set off, albeit 2 hours later ...
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. ...
... valued at $50,000 to $60,000.
I was reminded of my uncle JR when I saw the 1957 BMW Isetta 300, a $40,000 to $50,000 car. He used to have one when I was a young boy. It was impracticle on several levels; it has only three wheels, just two seats, and the entire front of the car opens as the only door. Even with all of those faults it is apparently still very sought after by collectors.
The driver of the ...
... there for probably 20 minutes. We were directly across from a point in the river where a small segment of the river moved closer to the south edge of the canyon. Where it split away from the main river, the bed was much more shallow. That caused the familiar gurgling sound of water. Even though we were quite high and on the opposite side of the river we could still very distinctly hear the sound. At one point I asked Tyler why the sound ...