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The Grand Junction Big O Tire shop came to the rescue first by suggesting we simply place a tube in the wheel with the bead that would not seat. While ordering the tube, the manager of the shop said he would try to seat the bead himself and was successful. And just like that we were good to go for further travels.
Rather than backtrack to Telluride, we looked at options in the Grand Valley. This is home to Colorado's largest wine region as ...
Life is all about choices. My daughter and I had multiple opportunities this morning to make good choices…we failed on several occasions.
The morning started innocently enough; up just before sunrise, Egg McMuffin, and a drive to the Mount Garfield trailhead. We parked in the lot at the trailhead. Leaving the safety of our vehicle, we walked over to the trailhead sign. Little did we know we would be praying soon to be at this same spot ...
... is every bit as awesome as any we've seen on this trip. There's currently a raging debate, locally and in Washington DC, over whether to turn Colorado National Monument into a National Park. My opinion -- and I don't get a vote -- it ought to be a National Park. As we leave Colorado National Monument, the road takes us to Grand Junction, whose notable residents include:
- Owen Aspinall, former Governor of ...
... any publication of the research. So if you have athlete's foot or other fungus, buy hemp socks! He sold them in his store. Derek bought two pairs of alpaca socks for work because they wick the water away from your feet without the itchy feel of wool.
We stopped at Anita's Pantry and Produce, just a roadside stand. We bought Peach Preserves and Peach Salsa and Larry got a Palisade Peach to eat. Then we drove to Grand Junction for lunch. ...
... he built the interstate highway system. Well, Glenwood Canyon is 12.5 miles long and it is a dual level roadway all the way through. Eisenhower did not want the walls of the canyon ruined so the engineers put the upper, westbound roadway on pilings and the eastbound road ran mostly beside the Colorado River. It was amazing! We stopped at the Grizzly Creek Rest Area and walked down to the river. Some of us took off our shoes and waded in the ...