West Gate Inn
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Continental Breakfast
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Breakfast Available
- Free High-Speed Internet
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Wednesday June 4, 2014
It is another beautiful sunny and warm morning. We headed west to the charming town of Fruita and the entrance to the “Colorado National Monument”. The Colorado National Monument rises over 2,000 feet above the Grand Valley of the Colorado River preserves a fantastic landscape of canyons and plateaus. The road through the park ...
... Several times... Luckily, it looked more and more like the ghost town escapade was going to occur. Thanks to his handy TOPO software, Mr. Mashburn helped us put together a massive patchwork map of the Uncompahgre National Forest. With this giant scroll, we at least could out-navigate the ghosts. Or give them directions.
We packed the truck with dried mangos, soba noodles, peanut butter and tea for the mornings. All set.
... print was a bit larger than Jessica's hand. It probably belonged to a theropod, an upright walking birdish dinosaur, who was walking along a mud beach. The print hardened and filled with a lighter sand. This made the print quite visible. As Jessica came back down, Andrew told nenthat if she died, the vacation would be over. I agreed with him and reassured him that she was being careful. He didn't stop worrying until he could meet her on the trail and guide her down with ...
... used in Dallas to transport JFK's body back to Air Force 1. I know it is a piece of history, but it really did not do much for me. As such a unique vehicle, I really have no idea of its value on today's market.
We walked out into the storage area. We were stunned at the number of cars. Many of them, with the help of car lifts, were stacked two-high. By far, the vast majority of the cars in her collection were housed ...
... to the secondary parking area. From there we rode up the road until the grade became too steep for an old, fat man. We walked to the top of the hogback and then coasted to the main parking lot.
After loading the bikes, Tyler drove us back to Fruita so we could turn in the bikes. We got back before the bike shop opened, probably about 08:45 or so. We decided to relax at the Aspen Street Coffee Company. It is directly across ...