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... I have been taking Swedish lessons from our dear Swedish friend, Karin. In addition to the language she taught us Swedish geography, customs, foods, culture, and how to use our knives properly! :) Karin nicknamed us "The Swedes" and they are as excited as I am about my trip.
Check back for updates. The next time you read this I will be in Sweden.
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... kitchen scene from Jurrasic Park. Leaving the museum, we head south on CO-340 and then Rimrock Drive for a short ride to the Colorado National Monument Visitors Center. To learn more about Colorado National Monument, click here. The Colorado National Monument’s feature attraction is Monument Canyon, which we ride on our way to Palisade, Colorado, just east of Grand Junction. Monument Canyon includes rock ...
... batch that makes a skein. Each skein is then twisted into shape by hand. I tell you all this so you know why I paid $45 for a beautiful brown scarf hand knitted of their alpaca wool. Mike figured out that it takes about 63 hours to do one batch and at $20 a skein of yarn, he is making about $2.00 an hour. He mills yarn from all kinds of animals like bison, llamas, and some dog breeds.
But he is dedicated to making this work. He told us ...
... restaurant. We visited a few shops before returning to board the bus at 1:15. We bought some honey and Derek got some Huckleberry Jam.
During the next part of the trip the skies were dark, Mark was quiet, and we just watched the scenery which was ever changing. We went through the Eisenhower Memorial Tunnel and several other tunnels. We went under Loveland Pass, the Continental Divide, via another tunnel and started down the other side. ...
... at a grocery store and bought some items to grill out for dinner for the next few nights. Eric and I both remembered there being BBQ Grills at the hotel. We checked in to find out we remembered wrong. Eric ran downtown to Ace and picked up a little disposable grill that will hold us for a few nights.
The Wine Country Inn offers a free glass of wine every night from 5 - 6pm. We are definitely not the type of group to pass up free wine so ...