La Quinta Inn & Suites Grand Junction
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... boy has some seriously stinky feet. Shan actually had to put baby powder on them to try and tame the smell. Naturally, being the boy that he is, Artie found the fact that his feet smelled so bad to be absolutely hilarious. So much so, that he kept putting his feet on my seat back to annoy me. He succeeded.
As we approached the boundaries of the park, we came across the Desert View Watchtower. It is a cool structure that was made to ...
... it was the same empty threat that had been used for 50 years.
6. Family should be #1. My Korean friends were appalled at how we send our elders to nursing homes rather than take them into our homes. My 28-year-old friend still lives at home with her sister, mother, father and grandmother. She already knows that when she marries, she will live with her husband for a time, but then her mother will move in and she will care for her. ...
... should be called "toss into the crevace" (pronounced creh-vahs) ) back to the top and Prime Cut back down to the truck. We threw the bikes in the back, took some pictures of some Virginians and cruised down to Hot Tomato, a biking/dinosaur themed pizza shop. Pesto slice with Cholula hit the spot. A kid across the way kept making pterodactyl noises that his parents barely shrugged at. Spent the evening placing bee escapes in 2 hives that we ...
... road halfway up and read the sign. Dinosaur tracks were embedded in the rocks about 150 yards away and 100 feet above. There were several ledges each about 5 feet tall. We climbed and Andrew and I went ahead. Andrew got very close to the tracks and I couldn't follow. There was no safe spot. I lifted up to the nectnkedge and told him to stay put. While I was searching for alternate routes to join him, he freaked out. Being 100 feet up a sheer cliff us a bit ...
... had been told earlier in the day that The Hot Tomato in Fruita was a good place for lunch. Since it was that time of day we decided we would try it out. We walked back to the van and pointed it back west.
On Interstate 70 there is a turn-out that truckers use often. I pulled over quickly so I could take a panorama photo of Mount Garfield. At two miles and 2,000 feet elevation ...