Super 8 Grand Junction Colorado
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Great large rooms
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... you right through into an ancient sand dune. This is desert landscape - the area only gets 10 inches of rain a year. Utah juniper, pinyon pines and prickly pears dominate the landscape. We also saw yucca and desert rockcress. Desert cottontails and lizards make this their home - as does - somewhat more worryingly - mountain lion.
Desert bighorn sheep ...
... just grungy. As far as we knew, it might have rented rooms by the hour. The only saving grace were the beds themselves, which were quite comfortable. Next morning, we left there early and did not look back! It would be a valuable lesson for the rest of the trip.
Now, some further irony. In Denver, the previous night, we had stayed at a 4-star Marriott. While there, we witnessed a guy being led by police through the lobby in ...
After a great Halloween, me and Dev woke up after just over three hours sleep, packed, and ate breakfast in record fast time, and made our way to the station. When we arrived, the service on our Amtrak was delayed, and as it turned out, our 8:05am train ended up having an estimated arrival time of 2pm! After only three hours sleep this was the worst timing for this kind of issue to spring up! As a result, we ...
... by 40 miles (121 by 64 km), consists of a giant dome-shaped anticline of sandstone, shale, and limestone that was pushed up during the Paleocene Laramide Orogeny 40-60 million years ago. Since that time, infrequent but powerful flash floods have eroded the sedimentary rocks into numerous valleys, canyons, gorges and buttes. Part of the Swell has geographic features that resemble the planet Mars.
Stopped for the night ...
... at Crater Peak. The top of the Grand Mesa is a layer of basalt poured by lava about 10 million years ago. We ride CO-65 to and through the Grand Mesa. It’s also known as the Grand Mesa Scenic and Historic Byway. The road climbs to more than 10,000 feet, and passes by the Powderhorn Ski Resort. Just past Powderhorn are dozens of small mountain lakes that offer trout fishing, hiking, canoeing and other mountain ...