Circle Cliffs Motel
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... microbrew and talked to the workers until there was a shift change. The workers were very friendly and inquisitive. They gave me advice for the next two days of riding. Sounds like there's a 9600-foot mountain in my path. I keep reciting, "hills make me strong." A mountain is nothing more than a series of hills... right, Craig? I set up camp and took a shower in the little cabin shaped bathhouse. It's cold and windy here with rain off and ...
... and Torrey. Totally worth the airfare right there. I'll drive.
Even after the "high" bit finishes, it's still a very pretty piece of road. Peaks out at 9600 feet, but beyond that you can see even higher planes not too far away. I passed all these signs warning about the icy road, but it was three in the afternoon and I was thinking, yeah, we're fine. Until I stopped at a scenic pull-out near the end and discovered it was about ...
... as I was going down 89, the ‘Painted Desert’ cliffs to my left, but obviously not in the light, so less spectacular than later in the day when the sunlight is on them. I was going about as fast as the speed limit, or even a few clicks over, which is faster than usual, since, see my Jeep has a soft top, and when the wind is blowing, the top is flapping like a loose sail in a gale, and I hate that. But today there was no wind, and no traffic, so I was cruising, man, ...
... bag the following morning as I really wanted to get an early start.
Dinner was all left overs, but it was really good again since we still had loads of delicious things. I heard someone, I think it was Debbie, ask Taifa – she’s from New Jersey - what her overall impression had been of Escalante and the Grand Staircase. ‘Well,’ she said, ‘it has certainly been a culture shock.’
I was not sure what exactly she meant, but ...
... for the next few days. I dropped him at the House where he had left his car. I let him know that I'd make sure that Antoinette got returned to his new digs.
Frankie and I went back to the B&B to rest for a while and try to prepare for our drive to Denver the next day. Dinner tonight was planned for Hell's Backbone Grill back up in Boulder.
When the hikers returned I went and took Antoinette back out to Slot Canyons Inn where Hans was already checked in. Then I went back ...