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I left Twin Falls at 8 o'clock this morning. Woke up to rain! And it was cold. I certainly didn't bring cold-weather close to travel in. It was an easy drive to Grand Junction Colorado. Got here about 3 o'clock. It was especially easy since the speed limit most of the way was 80 miles an hour. Of course that allowed for 85 to 90. �� …
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this is a quaint little town, not much to it at all. Obviously a tourist town. Been wondering around it. Not much to see. Seems like a lot of real estate for sale.
Joe is a nice man, 39 years old. Lives in NY City. Looking for a life change which is what brought him to this quest. We had good conversation over dinner.
Will get get a good night sleep now.
... Park is on the town outskirts...another awesome place to visit. To the south of Moab, I snapped a picture of the "Wilson Arch". Its a natural sandstone formation named after Joe Wilson, a local who had a cabin nearby. My fave picture of the day was of a small wood cabin adjacent to a "trading post" just outside of Moab. The Sky was a rich blue, the surrounding land was beautiful...great shot....its included with this entry.
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... and Parachute. About 5:00 we left the interstate at Palisade and were soon at the Wine Country Inn. The valley we are staying in is filled with orchards and grapevines because of the irrigation they have from canals. The Inn itself is surrounded by vineyards. We got off the bus, gathered our carry-on, got our key from Mark and found our room. This is another beautiful room, not as big as yesterday but very nice. We rested a bit and then went for ...
... said it is one of the toughest trails in the area.
About 15 minutes later we were at The Hot Tomato. It was packed, a good sign. Leslie and Tyler had a slice each of pizza with pepperoni, black olives, green peppers, and onions. Lorraine and Aunt Arlene shared a chef salad. Hillary and I opted for calzones. Hers was filled with pepperoni, black olives, and artichoke hearts. I filled ...