West Gate Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Non-smoking rooms
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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... a doubt be necessary. The road to Grand Junction was equally as desolate as the road to Four Corners. I could not believe how few cars were on the road. There wasn't much to see, no reason to stop, and I will admit...I was getting bored. One moment of interest was when for the first time on our trip, all three kids fell asleep at the time!! It was bliss for about 20 minutes....until I stopped the car to take a pic and all the kids woke up. ...
... 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.
... almost blew me into the ditch. Karma was almost a ditch. Reached the turn around for sunrise and got back in time for a shower and headed to Project CURE for a sorting session. After Project CURE, we decided to head up on a hike near the Monument. Tabaguache access leads to a climb called "THE CRACK." I learned the difference between pictographs and petroglyphs..GET IT RIGHT. After scampering, boosting and squeezing our way up through the innards ...
... About two scebic miles down a small sign read "Indian Writing." I pulled over. Thus was our destination. Along the rock wall, covered with natural blackish varnish, were dozens if petroglyphs and rock art left by various prehistoric Indian travelers. Some were over a thousand years old and made up if peck marks Luke the ones we saw in Nevada. Others were carved and painted. The ghostly histories recorded on the wall were easier to follow here than anywhere else I've ...
... 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 ...