Days Inn Grand Junction
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... SE to NW over my location.
That was a weather system solved by going back to bed and allowing nature to take her course. Things looked better at 1030 so I arose and leisurely packed things up leaving prior to 1100, in the rain. I elected not to put on my rain suit.
I headed south and east on hwy 189 as I thought that would be roughly diagonal through the current weather system and it sorta was. I only had to ride through the rain ...
... In the brush we could see several others, probably a total of 12 ewes and 12 lambs. We could not see a ram. The four ewes just laid there chewing their cud and watching us. When we finally took our next step, they got up and scrambled higher. That was a real bonus!
Not long after the sheep encounter we came across several lizards. They were not quite as exciting to see, but still worth the effort for a photograph.
... view that was strongly reminiscent of the Grand Canyon. We didn't get nearly enough pictures, and I'll never be able to describe it all, but I highly recommend the stretch of Interstate 70 going east from Salina, Utah, to the Colorado border. Be forewarned, though, as we were: There is a 110-mile stretch of that road where there are no services available, including gas. Gas up in Salina!
... were given recommendations of where to eat (and where NOT to eat...). As we left the coach a Locomotive made it's way up the street - what a sight - camera's were put to good use! It is an amazing little town http://www.colorado.gov/cs/Satellite/To wnofSilverton/CBON/1251591999715 - streets lined with bars and shops - I half expected to see John Wayne - the hell I did!!! Jeremy and I split up at this point as we often do. ...
On the way we encountered several lizards including the collared lizard. He/she (I didn't check) was bright green with a beautifully colored collar.
We named our group the Huskies! Each time I would yell Huskies the kids would bark like Huskies and stop so that we could make sure we were all together. We finished our hike by learning about the Tamarisk and ...