Holiday Inn Hotel & Suites Grand Junction-Airport
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... long and wide, it is a pretty good campground. Because it was only a 78 mile drive today we got here around 1:30; so after setting up camp we set off to explore the local
wineries, of which there are over 20. Unfortunately because the tourist season in this region has not begun, most of the wineries were not open. We did find one that had their tasting room open, and the 3 wines we tasted were pretty good, but the prices were high; so we did not buy any.
... from Arkansas in the parking lot while we were taking pictures at the state sign. Very friendly people. They acually invited us to visit their home in Arkansas. After breakfast we crossed into mountain time and told the kids that the breakfaast that we just ate was actually lunch since the time changed. The waitress told us that Grand Junction was still over 5 hours drive away. UGH! As ...
... Colorado Springs and on our way. We made a reservation for the midday tour and were very excited to learn more about wolves, coyotes and foxes and see them up close.
This place had come highly recommended and is located on the side of a mountain near Divide, Colorado. They give paid tours to subsidize their costs as a wolf sanctuary and educational center. I've posted some pictures below. The highlight of our tour was a "group howl" at the end where ...
... through tunnels, and past small towns boasting about their hot springs. I had randomly gotten my self on the million on dollar highway, ( or 550 north). A famous scenic highway that is one of the greatest motorcycle roads in the country. Multiple times I had to swerve around rocks that had Fallon off the San juan mountains. It was truly amazing and utterly unexpected. I am truly have blessed to have chosen that route ...
... 89 between Panguitch and Interstate 70, was really pretty. More rocks -- some yellowish, some really red, some a light green that we think indicates copper. We stopped to take pictures at one spot where someone seemed to be collecting railroad stuff, especially cabooses. Made an interesting juxtaposition with the hills in the background.
But it was after we got onto 70 that ...