Summit Hotel & Conference Center
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- Microwave in room
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Swimming pool
- Indoor pool
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... a canyon into Grand Junction. We picked up I70 and proceeded east to Denver. Our destination was Jan and Ron Schmidt's house in Conifer, CO, southwest of Denver. The drive was long and somewhat tedious with several backups, and many long ascents and curving descents. The 4 cylinder Honda struggled some on the uphills, given the altitude and weight. We went up to 11,000 feet twice. Fortunately, the snow that had fallen the day before was all gone by the time we went by, ...
... trip and we continued past and north of the city, stopping in Centerville, Utah for our one planned stop of the day...an In-N-Out Burger store! Oh joy, oh rapture! I know all of our California friends now have their mouth's watering! At Richie C's suggestion on our last trip out west we stopped and ate at a couple of them that were on our path, so we had it in mind today to stop and see if they were at good as we remembered...they were! Apparently, ...
... and a nature preserve. We climbed the lookout tower and then walked out on the boardwalk. While there Ted lost his lens cap while taking his very first trip picture. We replaced it at Best Buy when we picked up the motorhome. The technician was very nice and offered to show us how the new radio worked. His 2 minute instruction was in a different language and we are still in the dark about how it works. We also found that the speakers are completely ...
... So off we went in search of the green rock, the town that the quarry was supposed to be located in was a desolate place and there was no sign of the quarry. Traveling down the highway we did locate an old excavation where there were some scrap pieces of the green rock and using discretion we picked up several pieces, we did have to limit what we took because we didn’t want to add to much weight to the truck.
... in the distance. Still on the freeway we called at Payson to grab a coffee then drove on to Painted Rock Park on the side of Lake Yuba. The picnic area was huge and very well set out with tables and seating under cover. We enjoyed another delicious lunch from Martha's cooler.
After that we traveled for another couple of hours over some very long straight roads with a lot of dry barren land and a few ranches. Then up and over a couple of passes, ...