Fairfield Inn & Suites Downtown / Historic Main Street
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Non-smoking hotel
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I left Monument at 7:15 with partly cloudy skies and 60 degree weather. I rode past my office at about 7:50 and nobody waved to me! The roads where clear with little traffic. I froze going up to Eisenhower Tunnel all the way to avail.
I stopped for gas in Vail. I got 50 MPG.
Back on the road. There was single lane ...
... Even the landscape had humps that could be a dinosaur leg!
While in Grand Junction we enjoyed the downtown area with lots of restaurants and shops. We saw a statue of John Otto who loved the area so much he lived alone out in the wild and desolate canyon country. He campaigned tirelessly for it to be named a national park. He urged the citizens of Grand Junction to write letters and send petitions to Washington, D.C. ...
... the plane before but not like this. And all the towns we passed fit in to the surroundings so well. The tunnels were engineering feats for sure. Anyway, sometimes nature is just overwhelming and it's made me almost speechless(almost). We had no trouble navigating the altitude with our trailer. The 70 is in very good shape. Seems like Colorado has some bucks It can't all be marijuana. We saw Vail along the way but none of the other fancy ski ...
... mapping. Luckily I had purchased a paper map book that helped me find my way towards Moab. I had every intention at first of stopping in at Moab on the highway north. It was still in Utah, but like I said it was an initial thought. I didn't know how long it would take me to get here. There was also a national park just north of Moab that might have been interesting. Driving into moab, the landscape was a little better, ...
... park. She told some great stories. We stopped at Coke Ovens View where the rock formations looked like the ovens where coal was turned into coke in pioneer times. Our last stop on the Rim Rock Drive was Cold Shivers Point which was a sheer cliff of over 2000 ft. We drove past Devils Kitchen. Originally we were supposed to have supper on the rim while we watched the sunset. Plan B was to have the dinner at Devils Kitchen Pavilion which was built by ...