Red Arrow Inn & Suites
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... road we stopped at a local diner. It turned out that service there was really slow as well. We were glad to get back on the road to Montrose.
It was a long drive so when we happened upon another Sonic later we took the opportunity to stretch and get milkshakes. Mom had a Chicago style hotdog instead.
Our last stop of the day ...
... 1080;т 00; это надо жутко, и Delta остан 77;тся у меня в сердц 77; тепер 00;, потом 91; что пусть всего ...
Sunday June 1, 2014
Another beautiful morning! Our first stop today was the “Black Canyon of
the Gunnison National Park”, a short distance west on US 50 and then north on CO
Rt. 347. This is like no other canyon in the U.S. with its sheer cliff walls, its narrow opening, sometimes only 1,500 feet across and the depth of the canyon which can reach more than 2,000 feet. The ...
Each day it amazes me that the it could get any better and yet it does. If the Grand Canyon is the end all and be all, then I am not sure that I will be able to take it in. At least I am glad it is near the end. We had planned a one night stop over in Montrose, CO and didn't even know there was anything here, but surprise, surprise, surprise. I've said it before on this trip, but I have to say it again...I've ...
... put in some miles on the rugged mountain roads that Sue couldn't handle. En route, we planned a stop at Black Canyon of the Gunnison. Indeed we made it to the Black Canyon, did the rim tour with some short hikes thereon, then drove down a 16% grade road down to the river and found plenty of campsite space open.
And there we hunkered down for the night.