Motel 6 Montrose
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... in 1999. It’s a newbie and not well known.
The park road took us up to 9,000 ft. and we were looking down at the bottom of the canyon where the Gunnison River flows. It is a loooong way down. Many of the viewing areas require a good deal of walking (I will say hiking). We did some of them and not others. One was labeled to be 100 yards and by park standards, that is supposed to mean round trip. We decided to take ...
... br> 6. Subway
7. Elevated train
8. Long distance train
9. Sleeper train
10. Third class train
11. Pickup truck (cargo area)
13. Water taxi
14. Single bicycle
15. Tandem bicycle
... a vacation around. On my way to the next park I took Colorado state road 145 from U.S. 160 to state road 62. About 80 miles of winding road following the Dolores River through several valleys with mountains close on all sides. Magnificent views that changed every mile or two. Without any doubt the most scenic drive that I have ever been on. Absolutely outstanding. I am returning to it at the end ...
... day, went to Ouray to climb the Cascade Falls. This was something that Noah really wanted to do, and the the rest of us were glad he pushed for it, because it was great fun. Ouray is known as the Switzerland of the US. It was clear how they earned that name. It was picturesque. The boys did an amazing job climbing and Geula had to let go of my concerns about falling. They did it and we all loved it.
My healer always asks me before I go anywhere, "what is your intention for this trip?" Most of the time my answer is some variation on the same theme- fun. Sometimes it doesn't really work out that way. It's not that any of my excursions have been a bust- absolutely not -but sometimes the purpose is actually something else. A big one that comes to mind is London, where in my mind I went for fun, but in reality, I went to process. I ...