Grapeland Bed and Breakfast

Fruita, Colorado, United States | B&B
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Travel Blogs from Fruita

Colorado National Monument and More

A travel blog entry by dsandow on Sep 29, 2013

7 photos

... br> Saturday was an absolute treat. We drove through the Rocky Mountains, getting as high as 11,500 feet at the Eisenhower Tunnel west of Denver. The skies were clear blue, snow had fallen overnight with a dusting by the road at high elevations and a beautiful white mantle on the mountaintops, and the aspens were turning yellow. It was absolutely spectacular.

Through coincidence, we learned that our old ...

DAY 12 - Rain, Rain, Go Away

A travel blog entry by tim-n-charlene on Sep 09, 2013

3 comments, 5 photos

... route, we proceeded cautiously. Thankfully we made it through without incident. The rain continued in buckets and I kept the throttle in check, vigilant for standing water of any sort.

Eventually we managed to ride out from under the rain and we actually had a few dry hours during which time we played cat and mouse with an Eagle Rider motorcycle tour. As we learned by chatting with them at a rest ...

Fruita Again

A travel blog entry by tlvice on Apr 28, 2013

... Copper Mountain we passed a sign warning of an accident five miles ahead. We had planned to stop at the rest area on top of Vail Pass. Shortly before the exit was a State truck with a flashing warning sign indicating the left lane was closed ahead. From that point on the Interstate, one can look across the lanes of traffic and see the rest area. It was obvious that due to the amount of snow, the restrooms were closed.

As we continued ...

Independence Monument Hike

A travel blog entry by tlvice on Apr 14, 2013

1 comment, 65 photos

They say the longest journey begins with the first step. This morning Hillary and I made our first step at Judy's Restaurant. It was about 07:10. Judy's is a good-ol'-boy, country restaurant. Hillary ordered a half-order of biscuits and gravy. I opted for the Monument Special; a half-order of biscuits and gravy, hash browns, two eggs over medium, and two slices of bacon. Just the way to prepare for the day's impending doom. All of that ...

On the road again

A travel blog entry by kiwiplanner on Sep 05, 2012

... the bottom of the canyon after our descent and then headed back up again. Next was a walk across the suspension bridge. It was big enough for a car to drive across but you could still feel the bridge sway a bit in the wind as we walked across, which wasn't the most comfortable feeling. Last ride was the aerial tramway (a gondola across the gorge) which was probably my favourite, then we left the park and got back on our bike. However, Wayne didn't feel the park was complete ...

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