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... wife of Chief Ouray of the Uncompahgre Ute Tribe. You’ll hear more about Ouray and Uncompahgre over the next few days as we ride the Rockies. One more note about Grand Junction: the biggest party in town all year long is going on right now. It's the week-long Junior College Baseball Tournament, the national juco championship. Ten teams began play on May 24, and the title game is this Saturday at 7 pm. The games are ...
... has the largest collection of outdoor art in Colorado. There were lot of statues and sculptures. We had lunch at the Rockslide Brewery. Larry had Kokopeli Cream Ale and Derek had Big Bear Stout. We shared three sliders and nachos for lunch.
After lunch Bonnie joined us as our guide for the Colorado National Monument. The Monument is made up of 32 square miles of plateau and canyons. From the valley floor we went up over 2000 ft. We ...
... 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 ...
... quiet. Next we drove to the town of Marble. They mine giant blocks of white marble here that are transported around the world to make buildings such as the Jefferson Memorial in DC. It was interesting to see the marble slabs but the museum and gallery were closed so we moved on. The drive was beautiful and soon we started driving through orchards, vineyards and organic farms. I kept seeing signs for Grand Junction and Palisades and figured we were ...
... 89 between Panguitch and Interstate 70, was really pretty. More rocks -- some yellowish, some really red, some a light green that we think indicates copper. We stopped to take pictures at one spot where someone seemed to be collecting railroad stuff, especially cabooses. Made an interesting juxtaposition with the hills in the background.
But it was after we got onto 70 that ...
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