Grand Vista Hotel
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I left around 8:20 in about 49 degrees. Again, thanks to Idaho for the 80 MPH posted speed limit. I got into Spanish Fork around 12:15. I stopped and shed clothing to cool off. After eating a hamburger I decide to push on to Grand Junction. I called my parents and told them to expect me around 5:00.
I got into Green River, Utah ...
... after that explosion.
The scenery changed as we drove along. We saw beautiful rock formations that were pink, brown and gray in color. The tops of the formations were flat. It's amazing to see such drastic changes in just a couple hundred miles. We traveled along highway US 6 and US 191 which is called the Dinosaur Diamond Prehistoric Highway. It really looked prehistoric and I could just picture dinosaurs all ...
Sunday night we were in Colorado Springs. As soon as we started into Colorado the terrain began to change. We started to climb and we started to see pine trees again and to sky got bigger and we started to see mountains. Monday morning we headed for Garden of the Gods. It was so spectacular we didn't know where to look. My pictures do not do justice. Then we continued on 70 towards Grand Junction.The Rocky Mountains--Wow. I've seen ...
The push north was mostly desert. And I was at this stage sick of the desert and wanted to get clear and into the mountains. The desert landscape changed shape several times but the constant was the brittle cliffs that were off in the distance or high above me. Sometimes they would be smooth red rock formations that had been weathered by wind and rain. Mostly this was Indian land so there was shanty towns all along the ...
... tour at West Fruita Entrance and immediately began climbing up the plateau and passed Balanced Rock which was a huge boulder poised on the edge of the plateau. Then we went through 2 tunnels blowing our horn as the bus was too big to allow two-way traffic. We went into the campground to Book Cliffs View but we couldn't see the cliffs very well because of the rain. It rained almost all day, just a steady drizzle. Next we stopped at the Visitor's ...