Affordable Inns Of Grand Junction
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... was super excited to stock the camper--that meant finding some cute pillows, rugs, and camp dishware. I love to decorate! In no time, the camper was stocked and we were on our way to the Grand Mesa. It took us a while to get a feel for pulling the camper with Keller's car. We learned later that we probably shouldn't have filled it completely up with water, but it's all about learning right?! We learned a ...
After spending some time on the interstate we decided it was time to drive some back roads again. After checking the road conditions, no more 150 mile detours for us!, at McClure pass we went searching for some au natural hot springs. The internet showed many an image of peoples bathing in them and we were keen for a dip before our drive to Grand Junction. Alas disappointment, although we found the steaming hot water it was somewhat flooded by melt waters ...
... after 7am & by 8am we were back on the California Zepher Amtrak to make our way to Grand Junction. This time we were in coach but the seats are comfy, recline, you get a foot rest & plenty of leg room, puts our trains to shame!! Plus the Amtrak staff are really jolly & friendly instead of the generally sour faced staff on our trains!! The views on this journey were breathtaking, visually gorgeous. ...
... to climb the scenery changed quite dramatically. It seemed that every bend revealed something more spectacular than the last bend. Patrick kept saying 'you have to take a picute of that.' It was certainly breath taking. We found a rest stop that turned out to be a gas station with gift shop and bathrooms. As a bonus they had a petting zoo outside. Of course we spent lots of time in ...
... wanted to go higher and I followed to a point. Andrew is good at going up, but forgets that he has to come back down. As we drove around we were dwarfed by huge red towers. I can't explain how much more awesome the things God creates are than the copies we attempt. We drove north a bit to a place called Fiery Furnace. It was almost 100 degrees and these formations looked like red flames, a fitting scene. It inspired me to turn around. In the way back to Moab we saw Park ...