Residence Inn Grand Junction
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services
- Free parking
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... upset at me for continually stopping to take pictures and waking the kids in the process...oh well :D We finally got a little bit of a break when we hit I-70. It is a picturesque highway, and one of my all time favorites at that.
One spot along the way that I would like to spend some real time in, is Moab, UT....it was actually before the I-70 - It's a great little town with a few restaurants, bars, and lots of outdoor things to do. ...
... have used that instead of hotels, but maybe I am too old for that!!
There is more wildlife to see around the train here as the terrain is changing and is not so barren. Lots of animal tracks in the snow. Some people are guessing that a lot of the tracks are coyote tracks.
... canyon face, we scrambled to an outcrop and sat in the wind. A few Tuscan Raider calls "AHOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO" for good measure and we bumbled down through THE CRACK and out to the trail access. The best crack in all CO.
Bees. Bees. Bees. Finally, my love for bees/honey could be somewhat useful. Master Mashburn and I Bee-gone'd most of the bees from 8 boxes and carted them to the garage at first light. Sensory overload. The ...
... a snack and booked a room two hours away in Colorado. It seemed our entire day would be spent in Moab's vicinity. So we just accepted it and moved on to the next Moab adventure. Girded with confidence from our petroglyphs mission earlier, we decided to give the other side of the Colorado River a shot. A ranger at Arches gave me a map with coordinates and vague directions. We drove down noting nearly empty BLM campgrounds everywhere. They were unmarked from the main road. ...
... We decided to stop at a couple vineyards on our way into town. Most of the time when you go to vineyards you think of sprawling hillsides with acres and acres of grapes with a some fancy-pants architecturally unique building where they process and have their tastings. This is not the case in Colorado. Think more ghetto-fabulous.
Our first stop was Whitewater Hill. The have 37 acre and grow 10 types of grapes. We were greeted by Nancy the owner and ...