Days Inn Grand Junction
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... t arrive at our hotel in Salt Lake City until between 5-6am tomorrow morning. Frustrated and exhausted we settled in for the long wait. We spoke to the Amtrak staff at the station, who fobbed us off with a customer service number to call (which conveniently is only open Monday to Friday). Hopefully we can get some compensation. We did ask if it was possible to upgrade to a sleeper car, but for $169 we told them ...
... river. We even saw a few corn fields.
As we moved east, the landscape changed several times, from arid desert floors with yellow grass and sparse plant life, to mesas of purple and gold and orange and tan and finally we began to see the Rockies off in the distance, in a haze caused by the 91 degree temperatures. We landed in Grand Junction around 4 PM and checked into our hotel. Tomorrow we will visit the Black Canyon of the Gunnison National ...
... a short ride on the motorbike out to a nice country property. Looking good, we want it. Phoned Dalton to secure the purchase.
Phoned my Mum for Mothers Day in Oz, and received a lovely message from daughter Kelli for Mothers Day (which isn't until tomorrow over here).
Ed went out later on motorbike to get Pizza for dinner (they don't deliver to RV parks, wtf).
Whoops, flat tyre on motorbike, so he had to park it for us to pick up ...
Another smooth flight with a great view upon approach. Waiting for Johns plane side baggage check then going to turnstiles to pick up the big green luggage and my bag (I pray they made it all the way). Our vacation has officially started.
We found this hole in the wall Mexican restaurant in Grand Junction called El Tapatio. We drove up ...
... It takes about 3 minutes to drive through town and then you continue up the mountain. In about 10 - 15miles the temperature went from 89 degrees to 51 degrees and pouring rain - the mountains have their own weather they are so high. It took me hours to go about 60 miles because I had to keep stopping to take pictures.
Finally I descended into Durango and went to the hospital to visit my friend Delmy for a bit before heading home.
It was an interesting and ...