La Quinta Inn & Suites Grand Junction
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Grand Junction is such an interesting town to visit - I am really glad we stopped here and we could easily have spent another day. It has lots of individual shops selling all manner of things from antiques to art and everything in between. There is a big foodie bias - lots of breweries and wineries and shops selling artisan cheeses - one stocked 54 varieties of extra virgin olive oil.
Main Street ...
After Hump Day and the flat tire in Wilbur life has definitely improved. We were back in the road with the new tire by noon and drove to Capital Reef National Park where we picked apples and watched the film about the geology of the park. There are fires all around us in Washington and California which has caused thick smoke that obliterates the panoramic views. The good news is it only haze and not fires here in Moab
Today was another check off ...
... roots out to their final destination - the Mississippi down from Canada, Rio Grande across Texas and up into New Mexico, Colorado River from Colorado through the Grand canyon and out to Mexico. I took a route along the Eagle River as it cut through the mountains leading to Grand Junction. An incredible route with shear walls of stone, a raging river and white capped mountains. I stayed overnight in Grand Junction.
... in our purchases.
With that being said, we've been contemplating the purchase of a camper for a long time--like for the past year or more-- AND this past month, we finally made the big purchase. It has been a month or so since we have had it and we are loving it!!!!
For our first maiden voyage, we decided we'd go somewhere relatively close to home, so the Grand Mesa it was! I,of ...
... but was actually completed in 1932. While there, I also took advantage of the lookout point and snapped some great photos of the vast desert that we were about to drive through.
Our next stop was the Four Corners National Monument. The drive from the GC to Four Corners was eerily lonesome. We were on a two lane state highway where in about the five hours or so that it took us to arrive, we saw about 10 cars and two gas stations. There ...