Residence Inn Grand Junction
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- Tennis Court
- Airport Transportation
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Drycleaning onsite
- Shuttle bus service
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... with each of their four limbs in different states, some tried to be cute and hugged and kissed while trying to stretch over the state lines, we decided to take the boring route and just stand on the marker and hope that the kids would stay in play for a few seconds to snap the picture.
Photo taken, we got back into the car in route to Grand Junction, CO...a short 4.5 hour trek...not taking into account any of the potty breaks that ...
Just entered Colorado, tracking along the Colorado River which is frozen over. First thing I saw on entering Colorado was a bald eagle flying low over the river. Awesome. Talking with three young people in the lounge car. They use Air B & B in their travels. Sounds like ...
... on Friday. A little piano jim jam A Nepali dinner, craigslist tractor shopping and I was out cold.
Gas Plant Ride, Project CURE, CRACK
Bike ride through the orchards, cornfields and flashing stop signs out to the Natural Gas Plant in the desert. On the way, I snagged a picture of one of the New Holland bailers we had seen on craigslist the previous evening. I was yelling "good morning" to a bunch of alpacas when ...
... br> When we entered the prime display area we saw a 1938 Cadillac V-16 and a 1937 Cord 812 Phaeton. Both of them were black and they were polished to a mirror finish. The Cord was a very sexy car for its time, even sporting retractable headlamps. Together, those two cars are worth nearly $1 million.
The next car that caught our eye was a lime-green, 1950 Mercury. It was named "Wasabi" for color reasons. Oddly enough ...
... the deep green of the Pines. We saw Mule Deer (big ears!) and Elk and when we stopped for water about halfway, cheeky Chipmunks coming right up to the train, obviously used to being fed by passengers! It was fabulous and in spite of the small and rather uncomfortable seats I was very sorry when it ended and we pulled into Durango.
Again I have to say our time in Durango was so limited that we didn't get chance ...