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04-Jun-2020 10:12

We have a camera that has quit working, so our phone is our next choice. As we left Grand Junction on I-70 and passed Parachute, CO, along the Colorado River, the canyon walls were narrow and it was hard to believe anyone could build a roadway, much less a railroad line and share it with the Colorado River!

The Colorado River is what you see at the base of the mountain.

As we traveled we saw a number of what I would have called tank farms along both sides of the Interstate.

Most were painted tan to match the terrain and several had solar panels, I presume for the electricity to run the ‘tank farms’.

Dry camping again, along a lake with a snow capped mountain in the back ground, outside Frisco, CO. Friday, May 15th (46,554.5 miles), up at am and on the road.

Coming down the road from the heights of the Colorado Mountains is not easy on the brakes….stopped once when the brakes overheated.

The folks we dealt with in Grand Junction, CO, were great, however, it was not our intent to spend as much time as we did.

The compressor station, also called a pumping station, is the “engine” that powers an interstate natural gas pipeline.

As the name implies, the compressor station compresses the natural gas (increasing its pressure) thereby providing energy to move the gas through the pipeline.

We also saw a bike path or hiking trail along the river and it went for miles.

Something, if we were much younger, would be fun to follow.

The folks we dealt with in Grand Junction, CO, were great, however, it was not our intent to spend as much time as we did.

The compressor station, also called a pumping station, is the “engine” that powers an interstate natural gas pipeline.

As the name implies, the compressor station compresses the natural gas (increasing its pressure) thereby providing energy to move the gas through the pipeline.

We also saw a bike path or hiking trail along the river and it went for miles.

Something, if we were much younger, would be fun to follow.

When we stopped for a map of Colorado, I asked what those tanks were all about and was told that they are “compression stations for natural gas.” From Wikipedia they are defined as follows: “A compressor station is a facility which helps the transportation process of natural gas from one location to another.