Days Inn Grand Junction
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... the plane before but not like this. And all the towns we passed fit in to the surroundings so well. The tunnels were engineering feats for sure. Anyway, sometimes nature is just overwhelming and it's made me almost speechless(almost). We had no trouble navigating the altitude with our trailer. The 70 is in very good shape. Seems like Colorado has some bucks It can't all be marijuana. We saw Vail along the way but none of the other fancy ski ...
... did not suck.
Our first evening was spent taking a walk around Island Lake with Kohli, playing rummy, grilling steaks, and enjoying a fire. PERFECTION. Ohhh, besides the part where our furnace didn't work and our smoke detector went off in the middle of the night-- I awoke from a dead sleep and Keller yelling at me to "GET OUT!!!" because we thought it was our carbon monoxide detector going ...
... valued at $50,000 to $60,000.
I was reminded of my uncle JR when I saw the 1957 BMW Isetta 300, a $40,000 to $50,000 car. He used to have one when I was a young boy. It was impracticle on several levels; it has only three wheels, just two seats, and the entire front of the car opens as the only door. Even with all of those faults it is apparently still very sought after by collectors.
The driver of the ...
... there for probably 20 minutes. We were directly across from a point in the river where a small segment of the river moved closer to the south edge of the canyon. Where it split away from the main river, the bed was much more shallow. That caused the familiar gurgling sound of water. Even though we were quite high and on the opposite side of the river we could still very distinctly hear the sound. At one point I asked Tyler why the sound ...
... One was a picture video and the other was a geology video. They were SO boring. So, we left the auditorium and worked on the activities again. We then left in the RV for two short hikes that we were going to do. The first short hike was called Coke Ovens. It was a mile walk roundtrip. Before we left for the hike we all got little packets to flavor our waters with. It was cherry flavor. Yum!