Hampton Inn Richfield
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- High-speed internet in room
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I started out this morning about 830 from Montrose Colorado. I made stops in two national parks today, Arches and Canyonlands. They were amazingly beautiful in two different ways. I will send pictures from my iPhone. Since I was dawdling along today I'll have to have two stronger driving days ahead. I'll be taking a more ...
... out their camp but no one home so onwards.
then mark stopped outside another camp further down. i walked over to an elderly gentleman and did the pleasantries and detailed our predicament. describing where we were stuck and the route and our Savior Virgil Scott (ken) packed up thunder bird 5 and off we went.
what a drive that was, he did brilliantly getting us there and had to chop ...
... camping in Moab, but Chris talked us out of that nonsense! We then decided to make the trip to Denver. This has been our best driving scenery! The Rockies were so big and reached 11,000 feet above sea level! We even saw some snow at certain points. The temperature fluctuated constantly. We went from 107 in Utah/Colorado to 54 in the mountains back to 80's in Denver. In the mountains we ...
Well that was the toughest of days.
55 miles of the hardest off road I have every done. Culminating in a final climb that had Bill and I close to exhaustion.
We both came off 5-6 times and lost a lot of fuel with the bikes on their sides and we didn't have the strength to pick them up.
I went down in the sand and got my foot twisted backwards under the bike that Bill had to lift off. Then I did it ...
... tortuous and twisting and Gary always says that he isn't that fond of driving mountain roads (and complains bitterly when I navigate him into yet another mountain range!). The original route to Escalante had been planned so that we didn't do the worst of the roads; but it meant going out of our way and doubling back on ourselves which we hate doing. Plus we had done lots of hairpin bends this trip and we seemed to be doing ok. I ...