Junction Country Inn
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... They have a beer called "the dirty hippie" and once we got there we quickly figured out why. The place was full of locals that looked like they had not showered in a while and the beer felt like it was made by young kids for their friends. We tried a couple and weren't that impressed so went to the Palisade Grill for lunch. This turned out to be perfect and really inexpensive.
After lunch we went back around the corner to the distillery. ...
... someone's house who had turned there yard into a vineyard. The garage door began to open and we spotted barrels and a bar. We finally stopped laughing and went to the garage to taste wine. What's the worst that could happen? We were warmly greeted by Kenn the owner who asked if we wanted the door open or closed. Definitely open! He has 11 acres and produces 2000 cases of wine per year. It was actually quite tasty and we purchased a bottle of Cabernet from ...
... were really shattered.We were treated to a reprise of many of the types of rock formations that we've been seeing in the national parks all over the west, but especially in California and Utah. We saw towering orange formations similar to those in Arches, creamy yellow-white ones like we saw in Zion, At one time we drove through a canyon with huge rock walls; then we were looking at ...
... turbulent. That really made Leslie and Tyler nervous. I just sat there and waited to land.
At the gate in Denver, once again, there was not a cart for Leslie. We had to walk from B39 to B80. That was a long ways. Once we got to B80 we were able to relax. About three minutes later we were boarding the plane.
We made it to Grand Junction at about 04:30 Madrid time. It was a long 24 hours, but we were all very glad to be back in ...
... first thing I did was take the bedspread off the bed (I don't think they ever clean those things) and then take a shower. The water pressure was so intense it was like I was being stabbed by a million tiny needles, but I survived and my poor butt was relieved. I then checked the bed thoroughly for bedbugs (seemed bedbug free but I wasn't completely convinced) and settled in for the night, flipping channels. At one point I really wanted a diet pepsi, I was dehydrated from my ...
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