« on: October 02, 2014, 04:04:37 pm »
We just returned from a wonderful three-week trip to the parks in Utah and also the San Juan Mountains in Colorado. While in Moab, I did see another Phoenix Cruiser at the Visitor Center, leaving one of the campgrounds along the Colorado River and they were also entering Deadhorse State Park as we were leaving. I so wanted to meet these people but we never managed to connect. Just a quick wave. We really had a great time and it was hard to head home. There just never seems to be quite enough time to do everything we would like to do. We definitely plan to head back that way when possible. The Million Dollar Highway was just as wonderful as everyone has said and we didn't find it all that difficult to drive as the road was in great condition and we had plenty of room. On a different trip, we thought the highway going up to Jeremy in Arizona was more difficult. Of course, my husband was doing the mountain driving and I just had to sit back and relax. Both he and the PC did a great job. We thoroughly enjoyed the little village of Silverton in Colorado. My husband's father worked the mines there in that area in the early 1900's. When we arrived and visited the museum, they invited us to take part in their 50th anniversary the next day. Everyone was very friendly and we had a great time there.