Clarion Inn Grand Junction
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... soon as we crossed into Utah, the landscape changed dramatically. I don't know how to describe it - soaring, ancient, rugged, peaceful. Our National Geographic Guide to Scenic Highways and Byways used the phrase "soul-aching beauty," and that's just what I felt over and over again as we stopped at so many view points.
Imagining the pioneers who traveled ...
... stage and I needed a plan to stop. I see a town on a sign an hour and a half away, Grand Junction, and that is my plan. I organise a hotel on the fly and drive into Grand Junction and check in. My hotel room smelled of stale cigarettes. I set up and could hear music pumping from the Bar right behind my room. I go and investigate and the bar looks busy, and a long line up. A line up that's not moving. Maybe the place ...
... I say that because it seems that each thing we see is more spectacular than the last. The Colorado National Monument is so beautiful I can't conceive of anything more beautiful.
I wonder if the people of Colorado take what they have for granted. This is the most beautiful state I have ever been in. And as Lynn and I were talking about this morning, there are 3 major areas of the state we didn't get to ...
... but the service was mediocre. For us though it was more about the company. We have made many great friendships through TripAdvisor. This is but one.
Max promised us a Farmer Casserole for breakfast and she delivered, along with a bowl of fresh fruit that could have served half of Grand Junction. Since our drive to Denver would be a shorter day we took our time and lingered, but soon it was time to move on.
Next stop, Denver and dose of ...
When we got back to the area where we had seen the sheep, we saw them again. This time they were on the downhill side of the trail. As we approached they scrambled lower and went over a ridge out of sight. I did not try any photos that time because they were so far away.
After nearly three and one-half hours we made it back to the parking area. There were cars everywhere. We were both beat after our five mile ...