Elk Run Inn
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Kids activities or Babysitting
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... home from the Grand Tetons and heading for the Rocky Mountain National park, we came across the Dinosaur National Monument. We saw it on the map, but somehow missed the turnoff for it. This time we found it and stopped there for a couple of hours. It is a park full of dinosaur fossils and a place here they have found hundreds and hundreds of dinosaur skeletons. We visited the Quarry where they have enclosed the side of a mountain in a building ...
... north to Craig.
We pass through a little town called Meeker, CO. We have a friend Meg Meeker from Traverse City, MI so we took a picture of the sign. Unfortunately we have no Wi-Fi tonight so will have to wait till tomorrow to update stuff.
I have some great video clips of winding through the canyon next to the Colorado River, but those will have to wait.
The Craig Campground is not busy and appears that it was a ...
... with tortillas, eggs, and home fried potatoes
Mofatt County is the kind of place where if you are stopped by the side of the road, someone slows down and checks on you. I pulled over on CR 318 to take a photo, and a man in a DOT truck pulled up next to me and gave me a thumbs up sign. I responded with thumbs up. I pulled over on CR 57 to take some photos of eagles, and a couple stopped to see if I was okay and shared their ...
... south to north, while this trip it has been east to west. The eastern part was quite different, much flatter & not as mountainous. Because the road was closed we did one a bit further to the north which also involved crossing a mountain pass or two. The drive up through the canyon was beautiful & because it was a lovely sunny Sunday, there were lots of people kayaking & white water rafting. By the time we got to the top of the pass the weather ...
... very nice, newer SP, but the wind was terrible. By early evening it was so windy and dusty (and then you add in the smoke from the fires in NM and Montrose), and by early evening we could not see the sun.
We saw some beautiful scenery on our drive. Mt. Elbert, the highest peak in Colorado, was still partially covered in snow. The views from ...