Clarion Inn Grand Junction
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... on! I have to admit we have had some good service generally in the US, but the Amtrak staff we dealt with today let themselves down. I also found out that the delay was caused by two personal cars on the train derailing and coming off the track! No wonder there was a large delay. Also not very comforting with a 15 hour train ride ahead. Eventually, we left Denver at 3pm. Such a long day. Me and Davina ...
... river. We even saw a few corn fields.
As we moved east, the landscape changed several times, from arid desert floors with yellow grass and sparse plant life, to mesas of purple and gold and orange and tan and finally we began to see the Rockies off in the distance, in a haze caused by the 91 degree temperatures. We landed in Grand Junction around 4 PM and checked into our hotel. Tomorrow we will visit the Black Canyon of the Gunnison National ...
... 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, ...
We made our way to Arches NP on the advice of Amy and Wayne. This is the area Amy was raised in. The Arches were a spetacular collection of natural features similar to the bridges but formed by rain, wind, and ice erosion. We walked to the close ones and ...
Loaded the car with golf clubs, luggage, cooler and supplies for 6 1/2 weeks and a variety of environments. The plan for today is mostly driving. We normally take 2 days to drive from Sedona to Denver when we visit our kids and grand kids there. The usual stop is Moab, but this time we are accepting a long standing invitation from our friends Rick and Max in Grand Junction CO.
Headed north via 89A in Oak Creek Canyon. This road never fails to inspire me ...