Holiday Inn Hotel & Suites Grand Junction-Airport
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... Utah and spend time exploring all the gorges and mesas that surrounded us.
We rolled into Grand Junction KOA and were escorted to our site by a persistent woman in a golf cart. Larry made a quick grocery run and we went to bed early. Not a very exciting stop in our adventure. However we did see some very unusual and quite interesting mountains as we left the next morning.
... river and the various tributaries along with erosion and glacial action created the vista that we have today. We spent the entire day traversing the park stopping at most of the overlooks and taking several short hikes, and like hikes in previous parks the altitude had a dramatic negative effect on the length of the hikes. The Colorado National Monument is definitely a place not to be missed.
... pedal go carts are more work then one would expect. We did not make it out of the park except to get diesel and ice. The day was very restful. We hooked the car up and packed up the trailer in the evening in preparation for an early start the next day. We plan to travel to La Junta Colorado. ...
... the AC and kept moving forward when the road flattened out to get air through the radiator. Soon everything cooled down. We enjoyed watching the rocks pass us like ships on the sea. We stopped at the Windows area of the park. It was busy with day trippers mostly speaking French, German, and Japanese. (Finding an American in the more famous national parks is not sp easy.) To prepare for our hike the third of a mile to a huge formation called Double Arch, we grabbed our ...
... valued at $50,000 to $60,000.
I was reminded of my uncle JR when I saw the 1957 BMW Isetta 300, a $40,000 to $50,000 car. He used to have one when I was a young boy. It was impracticle on several levels; it has only three wheels, just two seats, and the entire front of the car opens as the only door. Even with all of those faults it is apparently still very sought after by collectors.
The driver of the ...