Rodeway Inn Grand Junction
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For those of you that know Keller, you know that he LOVES to research things forever...like for a really long time. I love this about him, mostly, because I can't stand it. Don't get me wrong, if we are going somewhere, I will plan the heck out of that trip. However, researching the best washing machine or car is definitely NOT my thing, so I am thankful that he takes the time to make sure we are making the ...
Tuesday June 3, 2014
Because we did not have far to travel today we did not rush in the morning, and being partly cloudy and windy, there was an urgency to leave. We traveled north-west on U.S. Rt. 50 to I-70 B.L. and our campground, “Junction West R.V. Park” in Grand Junction CO. Like most campgrounds in the high desert of CO this one is all gravel, no grass, and few trees, but the
Today we got an earlier start. We were in the car by 8:30am and hoped to arrive at our destination by early afternoon. Highway 50 had plenty of interesting sights to see. We stopped at 10:30 at the border of Nevada and Utah at a gas station/restaurant right on the border. The restaurant was in Nevada and the gas station was in Utah. The owners had to do taxes for both states. Patrick met ...
... lots of water. The dusty red trail made our shoes dirty. Along the way an old woman from a massive tour bus asked Jessica, "Are ya bringin' the baby?" Ana lives to hike in her little mommy packand she lives waving to other jokers and looking at and touching new things. These hikes make baby smarter. I know this because I've done it before with another baby I was responsible for. So it's hot. Ana brought water, a hat, shade, and she's wearing a little cotton dress. If she ...
... Brewster Town car Sedan really go the short end of the stick. While the passengers rode in comfort in the enclosed rear cabin, except for the windscreen the driver was totally exposed to the elements. Regardless, it is an elegant car and, at $60,000, rather pricey too. However, even pricier was the $900,000 1933 Chrysler Imperial CL Sedan. Unfortunately, the only part of that car I photographed was the hood ornament!