Rodeway Inn Grand Junction
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Tonight, back in Colorado (Colour Red).
Great ride today. Eastern Utah has some spectacular scenery and in places an 80mph speed limit.
Rode through the 'San Rafael Swell' - magnificent scenery. Would love to be there at sunrise & sunset with my good camera.
The San Rafael Swell is a large geological feature located in south-central Utah about 30 miles (48 km) west of Green River, Utah. It is ...
... any future American road trippers.....drive to Colorado....ignore every American idiot claiming you have to go because of the legalized recreational drug use and go because standing on the edge of a canyon formed over millions of years and looking over the seemingly endless expanse of land is worth more than seeing millions of pictures and hearing thousands of stories. It is a must see! Tomorrow we tackle an 8 hour gruelling drive to Flagstaff. Not keen. Barney ...
Headed out this morning towards Moab. I did see a huge arch on the way but could not get into Arches or Canyonlands NPs . . . I am definitely going to come back to Utah and see this stuff some time. Heading out of Moab I took a route that followed the Colorado river. The river is much smaller than I imagined . . . More the size of the Great Miami or Fox rivers than the Ohio or Mississippi. ...
This is a park that is meant for a scenic road bike ride. I, however, was not in a biking mood, so I drove the 20 mile park road along the mesa, stopping for views of the canyons below. The park is on a mesa that drops abruptly via colorful canyons resembling parts of Zion Canyon. The nearby city ...
... endless history on the red boulder, about 10 feet tall and wide. The most impressive piece if art was the depiction of a birthing scene in which a baby was born breech. There was a cord attaching the woman to the baby. There were foot prints in the rock, which either denote the Ute bear clan or were just the depiction of a child's foot. Other spirits and ghosts and maps were scribbled around the rock. To the north along the Moonflower Creek, where it flowed into the ...