Gateway Canyons Resort & Spa
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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 uphills 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 ...
... the canyon. The river rushed with power below. As the rain subsided, we passed a ranch where the sliver of sun left in the sky played against the red rocks. The dark clouds behind the Rick made a stunning contrast. Lightning flashed and a full rainbow appeared above the whole scene. Unbelievable that thus scene could exist and that God would treat me to it. Wonder. We continued into a cloudy, foggy night across flat sage desert to the Colirado border, which is where we are ...
... verboten at the Broadmoor--guests do not move bags, period.
It took us about 10 minutes to get packed, our fastest time yet. We are getting better at knowing how things fit best together and making them accessible.
Today's drive is only around 5 hours which is pretty short by our recent standards. We have an interesting first stop at the Colorado Wolf and Wildlife Center (click for link) for a tour. The CWWC as its known is about an ...
Turns out Utah mines quite a bit of coal and has from the early days. Enough to attract Butch Cassidy's attention in 1897 when he and his little band robbed the Pleasant Valley Coal Company office of $8,000. The coal around Helper, Utah is used to power steam plants and provides electricity to the area. It has seen its share of coal mine tragedies and memorials are seen along the roadside.