Days Inn Grand Junction
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... out to the road we would be traveling to our next destination. We spent about an hour and a half on this road, stopping at pulloffs to take photos and to admire the views. I will admit, this would not have been possible yesterday when we came through the first time, because all of the pulloffs were full of cars, parked there by people who were off hiking in the canyon. This morning, the pulloffs were open and available, so I took a lot of pictures. ...
... I traveled out of the Yampa Valley following a river. Hills, mountains, greenery. Hitting Mesa County was just as expected -- lots of eroded mountains and mesas. I tried to eat in downtown Grand Junction, but they have about 20 parking spots. This is not advisable with a bike with lots of luggage.
... Lastly, there is a good restroom before one heads out farther into the mountains.
From the top of the pass we headed west toward Hartsel. Driving west on Highway 24 one can catch a glimpse of Spinney Reservoir. While driving this portion of the highway, it is not unusual to see antelope lying down or grazing in the vast grasslands.
At Hartsel we switched ...
... wore a yellow ribbon", "The Searchers", etc., etc. The wild Indians were played by the peaceful Navajo sheephearders. The monuments are, as always, Monumental. The weather was clear and we were lucky with our photo opportunities once again.
From Monument Valley we drove up into Utah again, past Mexican Hat and the San Juan River, up to the slick rock country of Moab and Arches National ...
Another very hot and sunny day. Spent the morning in Canyonlands NP, and the views down to the Colorado and Green rivers rival the Grand Canyon.
Then took a spectacular route which ran alongside the Colorado river almost to the Utah/Colorado ...
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