Days Inn Grand Junction
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... in our purchases.
With that being said, we've been contemplating the purchase of a camper for a long time--like for the past year or more-- AND this past month, we finally made the big purchase. It has been a month or so since we have had it and we are loving it!!!!
For our first maiden voyage, we decided we'd go somewhere relatively close to home, so the Grand Mesa it was! I,of ...
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 ...
... 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 ...
... one of the very difficult trails, Moore Fun. I am not certain I would even try to walk that trail. I know for a fact I would not ride that trail. I will leave that to my friends Jesus and Charlie from Madrid.
Both parking lots are at roughly 4,000 feet elevation. Most of Rustler's Loop is on top of a mesa which rises to nearly 4,600 feet. That meant the first part of the trail went straight up. Luckily that part was a one-lane dirt ...
... the people that lost their houses in the fire because now they have to live somewhere else. I asked my Dad and we are going to make a donation to help them! Then we went to another trailhead which was called Otto’s trail. That trail was also not very long, and I didn’t like this viewpoint as much because you couldn’t see as many rock formations. We then hiked back up, and when we got to the RV ...