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Next stop was Herman’s fruit stand, a not to miss peach-colored building filled with Palisade peaches, sweet corn, a variety of local fruits and vegetables, and preserves of all flavors. It was hard to stop sampling and buying.
We stopped at Canyon Winds Winery before finding a comfy campsite at Island Acres State Park just east of Palisade on the banks of the Colorado River. Inspired by ...
... glass of wine. Larry and Derek had Ten Acre Red which is made from the grapes grown around the Inn. I had a Cabernet Sauvignon. We sat outside and waited for the appetizers, cheese, fruit, and crackers.
Before long it was time for supper in the Pavilion outside. It was in the 70s and very pleasant. There was complimentary wine and beer with the meal. We sat at a table with Peggy and Joe from Huron and Dick and Judy from Dover. Joe and ...
... said it is one of the toughest trails in the area.
About 15 minutes later we were at The Hot Tomato. It was packed, a good sign. Leslie and Tyler had a slice each of pizza with pepperoni, black olives, green peppers, and onions. Lorraine and Aunt Arlene shared a chef salad. Hillary and I opted for calzones. Hers was filled with pepperoni, black olives, and artichoke hearts. I filled ...
Mancos to Hotchkiss- left at 10 am after another nice breakfast prepared by Sally. Thirty minutes into our ride we stopped to put on our gear for cold rain. I got the jacket with a heating system that connects to the Ducati! Wow- I was toasty warm. Modern technology at its best! Went to Telluride for lunch. Loved it!! What a great town...gingerbread houses, antique stores, rustic knick-knacks, and restaurants, all surrounded by red canyons. ...
Once or twice a year for the past few years I take a sojourn to the canyons of Utah. Solo trips, lasting anywhere from 4 days to 2 weeks. The Needles, Dark Canyon, Paria, Escalante, Muley Twist, Zion... A dozen times I have come across an arch or natural amphitheater or massive dryfall and thought "this is the most beautiful thing I've ever seen!". And then the next day I say the same thing. And the next. Hiking miles and miles through slot canyons ...