Smith Fork Ranch
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... While waiting for the bus at a cafe in Grand Junction, we were approached by a big tattooed guy who asked if we needed laundry done. He said if we needed our clothes washed, to just head down the street 2 blocks and tell the owners 'Fat *******' sent us. I'm still not sure what any of that means.
Once in Montrose, the owner of a hotel offered to give us a lift out the the Black Canyon of the Gunnison National Park the following morning which was so ...
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... to go back to the campground because it was cold and raining the whole time we were driving around the canyon. We had to walk down trails to see the sights, so we are going to try to do that again in the morning. We didn’t want to cook outside, so we made grilled cheese and tomato soup for dinner. It hit the spot.
We played a few games of Mexican Train and then called it a night. Our plan for tomorrow is to finish seeing the park, then on to Moab, ...
... father role with her, because he cooks for her and carries most of her weight on his bike. It's an interesting dynamic to say the least. We got to know each other as I ate my ramen. He cooked a perfectly seasoned vegetarian Indian stir fry with rice. It was very elaborate and I wondered how he carried all that fresh food weight. He gave her the bigger serving, and they ate till they couldn't breathe. Chris likes to tell stories and rattle off facts. He recited a ...
... Brewery where Larry had a Brown Ale and I had a Brown Root Beer. They gave us free popcorn. It was in an old building and it had a real industrial feel. Then we went to Amelia's Hacienda for our meal. Larry had Breckenridge Agave Wheat beer and I had a margarita, not as good as last night. Larry ordered Tamales and I had a Chimichanga. We got back to the motel about 8:00 and repacked everything we could. I blogged and Larry read stuff on his iPad.