Ramada Grand Junction
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... structures that remain today.
There was once a sea here. We know this, because fossil remains of marine creatures that looked a bit like dinosaurs have been found in the area. Shifting plates eventually lead to the formation of the Colorado Plateau and the Rocky Mountains beyond it and the sea flowed away ...
... several other restricted areas.
However, we weren’t going to pass up the opportunity to climb Pike’s Peak, so we took the cog railway to the top, at 14,000+ feet, something that people have been doing for decades. Up top, the air was thin, but the views made us understand why it inspired the song "America the Beautiful". What was scary was the realization that one wrong step and you were vulture food. Because so ...
<ul><li> I'm getting to know Kay the hitchhiker and I think she is really cool she used to be an engineer but she found that she was better at selling things to people. Which is the reason to Mack, CO she is going to meet up with a relative and who ...
Tonight, back in Colorado (Colour Red).
Great ride today. Eastern Utah has some spectacular scenery and in places an 80mph speed limit.
Rode through the 'San Rafael Swell' - magnificent scenery. Would love to be there at sunrise & sunset with my good camera.
The San Rafael Swell is a large geological feature located in south-central Utah about 30 miles (48 km) west of Green River, Utah. It is ...
... a doubt be necessary. The road to Grand Junction was equally as desolate as the road to Four Corners. I could not believe how few cars were on the road. There wasn't much to see, no reason to stop, and I will admit...I was getting bored. One moment of interest was when for the first time on our trip, all three kids fell asleep at the time!! It was bliss for about 20 minutes....until I stopped the car to take a pic and all the kids woke up. ...