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Trip Start May 30, 2008
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Trip End Jul 02, 2008


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Wednesday, June 11, 2008

After I left Arches, I took a route 128 for a nice little scenic trip. Utah has been an enjoyable state to drive. 128 takes your around the canyons right along the Colorado river. I made a stop in Grand Junction Colorado to make my arrangements for the evening. I got the scoop on a site that I wanted to check out. I headed out to Glenwood Springs Colorado to find the grave of Doc Holliday. Let me just say how much I am adoring the GPS right now. It makes traveling so much easier. There are no worries on getting lost. 

Nestled in the middle of a quaint suburban neighboorhood is the trailhead to the cemetary. mile hike up a decent grade led to the Linwood cemetary. Markers from the past two centuries were littered across the area. Towards the rear was the tombstone for Doc. Supposedly when he died back in 1887 the cemetary was privately owned once it was bought by the city in the late 1930's the records of his actual burial site was "lost".

I left Glenwood stopped at noname canyon for a pic and a FOKD stop. FOKD Colorado!!
If you ever want a fun drive through Colorado take the I-70 east of Glenwood through Vail.... For the hawaii people.. Think the H3 at the bottom of a Canyon. What a rush..... 
 

I reached Colorado Springs late that night..... Moi Moi time.
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