Holiday Inn Hotel & Suites Grand Junction-Airport
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... new beer tasting was the Dirty Hippy brewed locally in Palisade. It is deep and satisfying - a bit like Newcy Brown Ale, only served ice cold?! There was also a huge choice of whiskies - all too tempting. We are aiming to explore Pallsade a bit more tomorrow ... After a good night's sleep on that huge bank of feather pillows that is waiting for us - as John Denver would say - "and soft as a downy chick!"
... so on are evident. It was all good, of course, and the vibe, from our admittedly limited perspective, was laisez faire, “live and let live”. Every so often, you’d see people who had clearly taken this to heart. themselves “off the grid”.
In short, for all its natural beauty and with all its quirks, we fell in love with Colorado. Hope to get back there soon.
Next stop: National parks in Utah. ...
... mean dark). And it contains many curves that take you back and forth through the mountain. Well, you had better have your lights on if you are not following someone who has. We were alone going through it this morning and the car lights chose not to automatically turn on as we entered, so we had to stop and turn them on. Good thing we did, because we were about to take a wide turn, or drive into the tunnel wall. Did I say it was dark? LOL
Wednesday June 4, 2014
It is another beautiful sunny and warm morning. We headed west to the charming town of Fruita and the entrance to the “Colorado National Monument”. The Colorado National Monument rises over 2,000 feet above the Grand Valley of the Colorado River preserves a fantastic landscape of canyons and plateaus. The road through the park ...
... if you want to see Joe Walsh perform his signature song with Brad Paisley on CMT. The Rockies have the highest peaks in mainland North America. The biggest one is Colorado’s Mount Elbert, at 14,440 feet. Colorado has more than 50 mountain summits that are 14,000 feet or higher. They’re known as the 14ers. Click here to see a full list of the 14ers. The lowest among the 14ers, if that’s the right word for ...