Hampton Inn Grand Junction
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Very friendly, very clean, very helpful. Also nice an central for exploration of the interesting town of Grand Junction.
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We were really looking forward to this railway journey as it would all be completed in daylight. The overnight trips have been interesting but of course, once it gets dark there is not a lot to see! We boarded the train to follow the route from Denver to Grand Junction along the Rio Grande Railroad and it certainly lived up to expectations; I spent …
... got close to the Monument we saw a rock that came to a point, arching out toward the Monument as if to say, "you must be this tall to be an Independence Monument."
Finally, after nearly two hours, we made it to the base of Independence Monument. It was quite impressive. Hillary decided to go up the final 50 or 100 feet to actually tourch the "butt" of the Monument. I stayed where I was to document the moment, the best decision ...
... were really shattered.We were treated to a reprise of many of the types of rock formations that we've been seeing in the national parks all over the west, but especially in California and Utah. We saw towering orange formations similar to those in Arches, creamy yellow-white ones like we saw in Zion, At one time we drove through a canyon with huge rock walls; then we were looking at ...
I must say that each day of our trip has had unexpected pleasures. We have seen so many great things and it's hard to pick what has been the best. You think you have seen it all and WOW around the corner comes something more spectacular. Today was that type of day.
We left Salt Lake City early, as we were up, and traffic was our friend as we headed south through Provo and on to I-70 east. The first part of the trip we kept track of how high we had to go over the ...
... hunted. We learned about the various trees in the area (Juniper, Pinon, and Cottonwood) and how old the various trees were and the medicinal purposes of the Cottonwood trees.
We also learned about ripple rocks. These were rocks that were created from sand on the ocean shores, and the instructor pointed out some footprints that most likely belonged to a Utah Raptor. The kids ...