A DiVine Thyme Bed and Breakfast
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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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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... a Civil War veterans association. We continue on I-70 East for about 35 miles, not exactly my favorite thing to do. I find Interstate riding to be boring, not nearly as exciting as riding a river gorge or mountain road. But sometimes, it's the only way to get where you're going, so I suck it up and we roll into Colorado. *** On Aug. 1, 1876, President Ulysses S. Grant signed a proclamation admitting Colorado to the ...
... We thought the market started at 3pm but found out that it didn't start until 5. At around quarter to three we were all drained form the heat and all the walking we had done. We found a brewery and sat inside in the air conditioning and had a beer. We all decided we could not make it another 2 hours for the market.
We piled back into the car and found a Sprouts grocery store and ...
We decided to go to the bee festival at Palisade, Colorado. Leslie had noticed it in the newspaper a day or two ago.
The town is about 20 miles east of Fruita. It is the epicenter of Colorado's wine industry. The festival was slated to start at 11:00. But, as is the Vice tradition, we were there by 10:30. We parked right by the railroad tracks. That provided a good view of the mesa to ...
... 9 toward Fairplay. Just as we turned onto the highway I noticed a large heard of buffalo grazing in the field. Behind the buffalo, in the distance, was Buffalo Peak. I had to stop and take a photo.
We arrived at our destination, Fruita, at about 14:00. This will be our base of operations for a while. Over the next day or so I took several photos depicting life in the ...