Gateway Canyons Resort & Spa
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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I started my day intent on riding to Grand Junction, Colorado. After talking to the locals in Green River, it sounded like it was going to be for the most part a flat ride. As it turns out the difference between driving a car and riding a bike is that you don't notice hills very much in a car. It wasn't too bad but like always there were hills and downhills. At about 70 miles I crossed into Colorado. It is always nice to see a new state because every one seems to have it's own ...
We decided to head out a few days early from our kanab rental. We visited Bryce Canyon and saw Zion (briefly) but the kids were done with national parks. And honestly I was done with national parks with kids in tow. In kanab we spent a day visiting the largest animal sanctuary. This is where Michael Vic's dogs went. The founders bought a canyon and it is ...
... in front of us and gently curving to the left. Because of that change in elevation we could still see the black SUV way ahead and the State Patrol car closing ground. Finally we saw the vehicle stop. As we passed by, the State Patrol officer was out of her car and approaching the driver of the black SUV.
We did not have any other wildlife sightings or other excitement for the rest of our trip. Shortly before 11:00 we arrived at our ...
... got close to the Monument we saw a rock that came to a point, arching out toward the Monument as if to say, "you must be this tall to be an Independence Monument."
Finally, after nearly two hours, we made it to the base of Independence Monument. It was quite impressive. Hillary decided to go up the final 50 or 100 feet to actually tourch the "butt" of the Monument. I stayed where I was to document the moment, the best decision ...
... of the most unique vehicles was the 1956 Messerschmitt KR175. It is a three-wheeled cross of a car and a motorcycle. I had not heard of these before. With something around $50,000 I could have taken it home.
Another car I remember fondly is the 1971 Dodge Challenger R/T. If only I had purchased one back in the day, I could cash it in for some $80,000 today!
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