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We say goodbye to Moab, and ride northeast on UT-128, along the Colorado River. The entire length of this highway has been designated the Upper Colorado River Scenic Byway, part of the Utah Scenic Byways program. Residents of Moab often refer to UT-128 as the "river road." It's a spectacular river canyon, pretty much made for a Harley. The road follows the southern bank of the Colorado River. The sheer sandstone walls of the ...
... but it was very sweet and good. Next we went out on the loading dock where the owner told us more about the history of vineyards in Western Colorado where the weather is similar to Bordeaux, France. We learned a lot about how wine is made and about the wine industry. Next we went into the tasting room/gift shop. Larry, Derek and I tasted the semi-sweet white, Meritage which is the same as Ten Acre Red bottled for the Inn, and another one that ...
... started west on I-70 through Denver. Before long we were across town and past the suburbs. We went by a house that looks like a spaceship and which was used in Woody Allen's movie, The Sleeper. Shortly after that w went by a herd of Buffalo. Shortly after that we went through one of many tunnels on our trip today. Mark gave us a lot of background information on the Georgetown Loop Railroad and other interesting points along the way.
... Valley. Ray read to us from the visitors guide as we drove from scenic overlook to scenic overlook. We all learned how the canyons and the rock outcroppings were formed. The second half of the drive was full of rock monuments and crazy rock towers which was also quite impressive.
After spending the morning exploring National Monument we headed into Grand Junction for lunch and to check out ...
... our way down to the bar and found a comfy spot to relax.
After free wine, I love saying that, we prepped our dinner in our rooms and found a beautiful gazebo on the property tucked into the vines and surrounded by amazing views. We worked out our $6 Barbie and grilled some corn and prawns. We of course had salad and everything was wonderful.
The Inn hosted a private wine tasting tonight. It was by invite only and somehow we ...
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