Americas Best Value Inn- Grand Junction
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking
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The day started, briefly, at the real crack of dawn, with Bill's departure.
I got up, briefly, just to film the occasion, then went back to bed. Sorry for the 'morning voice', I think I may have been down a few IQ points as well. Either way Bill left for his home in BC, I left for bed.
Rising again around 0900 I found it to be ******* rain, not heavy but persistent. US NOAA Doppler radar for the continent showed a large system ...
... boy has some seriously stinky feet. Shan actually had to put baby powder on them to try and tame the smell. Naturally, being the boy that he is, Artie found the fact that his feet smelled so bad to be absolutely hilarious. So much so, that he kept putting his feet on my seat back to annoy me. He succeeded.
As we approached the boundaries of the park, we came across the Desert View Watchtower. It is a cool structure that was made to ...
... almost every hike a random hiker would offer apples, oranges, persimmons or bananas.
... in these striking forms.
The previous night had seen a strong rain storm blow through the area. One result was a "fresh" trail devoid of any tracks. At one point I saw what I thought were deer tracks. Upon rounding a bend in the trail near the cliff side, I saw what was responsible for the tracks; Rocky Mountain Bighorn Sheep. No more than 20 yards in front of us, right at the base of the cliff, were four ewes surrounded by ...
... were really shattered.We were treated to a reprise of many of the types of rock formations that we've been seeing in the national parks all over the west, but especially in California and Utah. We saw towering orange formations similar to those in Arches, creamy yellow-white ones like we saw in Zion, At one time we drove through a canyon with huge rock walls; then we were looking at ...