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Colorado Canyon Hiking
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Dondo .
(Dondo) - F

Locale: Colorado Rockies
Colorado Canyon Hiking on 04/10/2009 14:03:54 MDT Print View

Last week, while my wife attended a convention in Grand Junction, I got to play in the canyons nearby.

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Monument Canyon, Colorado National Monument

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Coke Ovens, Monument Canyon

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Monument Canyon

Felicia ditches the convention for a few hours and joins me for a day hike in Big Dominguez Canyon.

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This is a brand new pedestrain and equestrian bridge across the Gunnison River, greatly increasing access to Colorado's newest protected wilderness.

Felicia has to go back to work, so I drive her back to Grand Junction.

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I return to further explore the canyon. Hey, someone has to do it.

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The Gunnsion River, a tributary of the Colorado. Rafters like to float down and
camp at the mouth of the canyon.

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Professor Dondo explains the mysteries of the petroglyphs.

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March 31, 7:30 PM. All is quiet.

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April 1, 7:30 AM. April Fools.

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Nothing like a fresh coating of snow in the canyons.

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Coal train rumbles by the Gunnison.

Edited by Dondo on 04/10/2009 14:13:17 MDT.

R Alsborg
(FastWalker) - MLife

Locale: Southwest
Re: Colorado Canyon Hiking on 04/10/2009 14:41:38 MDT Print View

You Gotta Love the April 1, 7:30 AM. April Fools picture!