Rodeway Inn Grand Junction
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We arrived Grand Junction from Dinosaur National Monument and we were faced with a harsh reality that we were actually re-entering civilization and we needed to clean up. SO, Chaco went to the groomer, we played golf while she was at the groomer, and we hired Salvador Bravo to wash the RV.
We had a great time golfing and Chaco was very happy to get a good bath and brush since she still had her winter coat. AND, ...
The day started, briefly, at the real crack of dawn, with Bill's departure.
I got up, briefly, just to film the occasion, then went back to bed. Sorry for the 'morning voice', I think I may have been down a few IQ points as well. Either way Bill left for his home in BC, I left for bed.
Rising again around 0900 I found it to be ******* rain, not heavy but persistent. US NOAA Doppler radar for the continent showed a large system ...
... the park, we drove north for a couple of hours headed for I-70 that would take us to Colorado. Yes, we have officially made the turn in our trip and are now moving east. We drove through many small towns, some dead or dying, others still full of life. One town in which we stopped was flooded with 4 wheelers at the gas station, on the highway and on off-road trails. They were everywhere. It is clearly the sport of choice in this little town. Some ...
... 30 miles in length and takes you from the valley floor up steep inclines and around tight turns revealing at every turn fantastic views of the rock formations. The area is a geologist playground with all of the formations and types of rock within the park. Over millions of years the upheaval of the from the Redlands Fault pushed the rock up creating the mountains, and then over subsequent millions of years the actions of ...
... Sunlight Spire, in the Needle Mountains. It’s 14,001 feet above sea level. And that’s today’s introduction to the Rocky Mountains. Tomorrow, we introduce ourselves and our Harleys to the Rockies. *** Day Seven Summary: Velociraptors on display, the Kissing Couple, wining in Palisade, thinking about the Grand Mesa, ready for the Rockies. Click here to view today’s route, from Moab to Palisade. What will tomorrow ...