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Since the first time I heard it, I've loved my great, great, grandmother's name - Brita Margareta Jonsdotter-Anderson. She was born on the 17th day of July, 1831 in Västerbotten, Sweden. It seems fitting that I am leaving for Sweden on her birthday - the 17th day of July. I am thrilled to be going to Sweden and will share pictures and notes about my travels on this blog.
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... UT-128 are recommended on vacation guides around the world. The gorge widens where the highway passes by Castle Valley and Professor Valley, where many western films have been shot, including Rio Grande. Today, the river is a muddy shade of brown, typical of when the river is runny freely. After about 40 miles, we turn onto US-6, which takes us to I-70. This stretch of road is known as the Grand Army of the Republic ...
... a dryer Zinfandel. I bought a vacuum pump and rubber corks to keep the air away from the wine in an open bottle.
We picked up the rest of the people at the Inn and headed for Sunset Orchard Alpacas. It took us a little while to get there. As soon as we got off the bus, we could see the alpacas in their pen. They were so cute and quiet and well behaved. Mike and Cindy, the owners, got into the pen with them and Mike picked up a 5 day old male ...
... after 9:00 that we arrived at Silverplume, the top end of the Georgetown Loop RR. Mark bought tickets and we browsed the gift shop and waiting for the train to leave at 10:00. We watched the steam engine get in place backwards to take us the 400 feet down in elevation. The engine was on backwards so it would be going forward coming back up the hill. Before long the Conductor was yelling ALL-A-BOARD. We got on and headed for the open cars. These ...
... on Main Street. Lunch was awesome. We ate at a little dive place called Fins Grill which specialized in wild caught, sustainable, Alaskan seafood.
Most towns in Colorado have flowers all over their Main Street area. Not Grand Junction. They have sculptures everywhere. We walked around perusing the shops and really enjoying the sidewalk art.
The plan was to stay for the evening ...
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