Holiday Inn Express Hotel & Suites Grand Junction
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Our day started off with the usual routine of packing everything up. Because we had unpacked the bikes and our gear, a bit of reorganizing had to be done when it came to repacking the family truckster. So, after we cleaned everything up and packed, Shan and I decided to once again divide and conquer. She would go down with the kids and partake in …
... by 40 miles (121 by 64 km), consists of a giant dome-shaped anticline of sandstone, shale, and limestone that was pushed up during the Paleocene Laramide Orogeny 40-60 million years ago. Since that time, infrequent but powerful flash floods have eroded the sedimentary rocks into numerous valleys, canyons, gorges and buttes. Part of the Swell has geographic features that resemble the planet Mars.
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... We boarded our plane at 05:45. We were right on time. Unfortunately, once we were in the air, we learned that there was a substantial amount of weather in southeastern Colorado. Our route would actually take us into west Texas instead of the direct route to Dallas.
... I got the bike upright with the help of a passing motorist. There was minimal damage . . . The left turn signal housing and lens were damaged . . . I easily repaired that with Gorilla Tape . . . Amazingly the bulb was not damaged and the turn signal is fully functional. My clutch lever was broken but not completely . . . These levers are made to break on impact so the mechanism is not ...
... me of how blessed we are to live in Sedona.
I passed up an opportunity to stop for gas at Kayenta thinking that it would be priced lower in Utah. Big mistake there! It cost me almost .40 per gallon more at Monticello. We did stop at mile marker 13 to shoot the classic Monument Valley road photo. There was no traffic so I could take a few minutes to get it right. We drove on and went right through Moab, waving and saying hi to some of our favorite ...