Rodeway Inn Grand Junction
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... to Grand Junction took about 11 or 12 hours. We once again hit the Holiday Inn with a two bedroom configuration. Each boy had their own queen sized bed, Shannon and I had a king bed, and shared the room with Marina. It was indeed a very long day...the longest day so far. With nothing to see a majority of the way, it was ******* all of us. But it was still nice to be with my family...crying, screaming, laughing - I wouldn't have it any other way.
... plans and a hot shower to melt all the honey and beeswax.
It rained. I wrote. We cleaned up the ropes and finished up filtering the last of the honey from Friday. Making a few beeswax candles is tougher than you think. The nice thing is that when a nincompoop novice (like myself) mangles the sculpted door on one of the cute little waxen hives, you can just melt it all down and start over. Yes, that is exactly ...
... if you believe dinosaurs might still be up there, and especially if you hear a bird sqwaking by the river. He cried and I came to help pull him down. He was embarassed, but I told him it was allright to be afraid. We are flatlanders, after all. Jessica needed to see the tracks so she left ke with the kids and began climbing using Andrew and my eyes and experience for guidance. She made it by taking round about zigzags and got to touch the dinosaur prints. They had three ...
... shower we look for micro brewery from the Rough Guide. We have to abandon at 12th Street as it's too far in the heat so return to town for a beer and find another micro brewery which is great. It's Saturday so decide to go for a curry, slightly different way of serving but a welcome change from burgers, pizzas and steak. Return to the town micro brewery for a night ...
... the car I could probably afford to hire someone to help!
Another of the many muscle cars was the 1999 Shelby Series 1. The price of $90,000 to $100,000 is just one more reason why my cars are of the "flabby" variety not the "muscle" variety. Quite frankly, I don't remember seeing this particular model before.
The last vehicle we looked at in the prime area was the 1963 JFK Pontiac Bonneville Ambulance. It was ...