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Today was a slow starting day. Casual, ****** breakfast at the Hampton Inn. Then I did a quick Walmart run for travel snacks and a ride through downtown Steamboat. The ski jump park was even cooler up close. Steamboat is one main street and lots of ski chalets. Bike trails and fitness everywhere. I enjoyed it.
Left out ...
... I got the bike upright with the help of a passing motorist. There was minimal damage . . . The left turn signal housing and lens were damaged . . . I easily repaired that with Gorilla Tape . . . Amazingly the bulb was not damaged and the turn signal is fully functional. My clutch lever was broken but not completely . . . These levers are made to break on impact so the mechanism is not ...
... the beauty of North and South Window Arches and the Double Arch. Delicate Arch looked like a cowboy's chaps (just like the sign said.)
Sun was setting so we didn't get to see many of the other arches but we left totally satisfied. Nature in the raw.
We drove to Grand Junction, Colorado and arrived in the dark because we lingered so long at Arches. But it was worth it.
... eateries and views. I always use the scenic 128 to connect to I-70 even though it supposedly takes a few minutes more than using 191. The perfect weather with clear blue skies made it better. We were amazed at the number of rafts on the river. We probably saw well over 100 of them. No way to know how many we didn't see.
Our arrival in Grand Junction was timely. There was still plenty of daylight as we caught up with friends we hadn't seen since ...
... the car I could probably afford to hire someone to help!
Another of the many muscle cars was the 1999 Shelby Series 1. The price of $90,000 to $100,000 is just one more reason why my cars are of the "flabby" variety not the "muscle" variety. Quite frankly, I don't remember seeing this particular model before.
The last vehicle we looked at in the prime area was the 1963 JFK Pontiac Bonneville Ambulance. It was ...
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