El Palomino Motel
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Amy's mom, Lois took us around town and to some of the places Amy grew up in. It was nice to see the area that Amy and Wayne talk about and to see Lois. When we left, we drove to Delta and up the Grand Mesa Scenic Hwy (65). Saw many mule deer on the way up the mountain. We pulled into a spot in the Nat. Forest near a lake and didn't see anyone all night. It IS ...
... t go any farther east if I tried since the Interstate, the only road out really, is completely shut down due to mudslides. We are in a hotel called the Mesa Inn. It's toilets have a paper band, so there won't be any silly business. It's trying so hard to be a nice hotel. Anyway, I have a bed and tv, so I'll be fine here during what's certain to be shaky weather outside. We gad a late start to our travels today in Green River because sometimes you just have to sleep in ...
... them as I orginally wrote them- without revisions or corrections- to keep that genuine and authentic voice as I experienced each of my trips. Hmmmm, now that I think of it, this may prove to be quite interesting- a travel journal written from the perspective of a 17 year old spending a month in Germany?!? ;)
Being recently married, Keller and I are also looking forward to traveling to Europe- Paris, Switzerland, and ...
... Brewster Town car Sedan really go the short end of the stick. While the passengers rode in comfort in the enclosed rear cabin, except for the windscreen the driver was totally exposed to the elements. Regardless, it is an elegant car and, at $60,000, rather pricey too. However, even pricier was the $900,000 1933 Chrysler Imperial CL Sedan. Unfortunately, the only part of that car I photographed was the hood ornament!
... 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 ...
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