Americas Best Value Inn- Grand Junction
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... the old days. About 350 miles to cross Nevada. Just a few towns along the way, spread out along the way. Need to plan your gas and bathroom stops. The road is mostly straight ...
... been created by similar processes, this place is dramatically different from Black Canyon of the Gunnison. Here, one of the big differences is that the area was covered by vast lakes over and over again over the centuries, and as they receded, they deposited layers of soft sediment, which ultimately became sandstone. There are quite a few highly technical papers online on the geology here, ...
It's us again. We are finishing our time here in Grand Junction. We arrived here Thursday afternoon after a beautiful drive over Monarch Pass and through Gunnison on our way into Grand Junction. After setting up at a well kept RV park, we made our way to Mark and Judy's house for a wonderful dinner of pulled pork sandwiches, pasta salad and deviled eggs. We got to see Tom's two nephews and their families. We visited for a while and headed back ...
The flight to Grand Junction was pretty. We were flying almost directly toward the setting sun. There were quite a few clouds. The sunlight hitting them was beautiful. Unfortunately, none of my photographs did the sight justice.
About two hours later I was on the ground and heading for Fruita.
... almost blew me into the ditch. Karma was almost a ditch. Reached the turn around for sunrise and got back in time for a shower and headed to Project CURE for a sorting session. After Project CURE, we decided to head up on a hike near the Monument. Tabaguache access leads to a climb called "THE CRACK." I learned the difference between pictographs and petroglyphs..GET IT RIGHT. After scampering, boosting and squeezing our way up through the innards ...