Vistas and Vineyards B&B
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- Continental Breakfast
- Non-smoking hotel
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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... after their long trip; especially Maria who was pregnant with their first child. Their sixth child, my grandfather, Petter Magnus Erickson, was born on the 10th day of December, 1892.
On the 17th of July, 2014…132 years after my great grandparents left Sweden - I will leave Denver, Colorado for Umeň, Sweden. I like to imagine that they would be pleased. My sister Jill and ...
... border into Colorado, we see little immediate evidence of its legal marijuana use. No billboards announcing weed for sale, no roadside bake sales, no vending machines. Vending machines? Yep. In the posh resorts of Vail Valley, the nation's first marijuana vending machines are open for business. Last month, a vending machine spit out its first products, including edibles and pre-rolled joints. The machines are called Zazzz. ...
... each alpaca's wool be process separately so they can put "grown by fuzzy" and a picture of fuzzy on the tag for marketing. The next machine then pulls the fibers apart and he uses a vacuum to suck the fibers into a big room. The fibers have a lot of static so they hang in the air and stick to the walls and ceiling until they lose their electric charge. Then they go through a machine that filters out the plant material and sorts the hair by size. ...
... the rest of the way down the mountain going under Devil's Bridge to complete the loop. The the train started chugging up the mountain. We were closer to the front now and had a better view but we were also getting some of smoke and cinders. It took longer to go back up but the trip was over before we knew it.
We got back on the bus and headed back east to Georgetown for lunch. When we got there it was sprinkling a little bit. We drove down ...
... We stopped at 5 or 6 wineries and also a few fruit stands. Eric and I really enjoyed the wines while Lesley and Ray loved browsing the quaint gift shops. In the evening we ended up back in our gazebo where we cooked dinner on our $6 BBQ.