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 …
... around these canyons, it's amazing to consider the distances they had to cover and the hardships they must have endured. But even more awe-inspiring are the forces that acted on the Earth's surface to create these gorgeous layers and colors, plateaus and canyons, and leave them here for us to enjoy.
Our desire for a national forest campsite waned as the hour ...
... from All Terrain Vehicles as they sped across the landscape. I was a little jealous that this place existed. It looked like an awesome place to bring the Nissan Patrol. Even if I wanted to, there was no way I could stay in this town, there was just no hotel I could see with vacancy. The place was brimming with jeep enthusiasts. I continued north and hit the freeway heading east towards Denver. It was beginning to get dark ...
... t know if we will ever get back again, but if we do we will see the rest of the state.
Tomorrow we travel to Moab, UT and will tour Arches National Park on Thursday. Suppose to have good wifi in Moab and Cable TV. Haven't had TV for about two weeks. We also get to have temperatures in the 90s the whole time we are there.
Catch you next time. And here's a warning...there are over 100 pictures in this blog.
... It turns out that the hunting gathering Ute people were prolific rock artists who used the walls for maps and stories. I could clearly make out bighorn sheep and elk. There were male and female figures, some with comically big genitals. There were geometric patterns and marks denoting time. These could have been maps for future travelers. It was amazing. Another harder to see panel was displayed about 300 yards south. A few miles from here was a huge cliff face. We took ...