Palisade Wine Valley Inn
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... will be joining me on July 26th. I'm looking forward to meeting lots of relatives, seeing where my great grandparents lived, learning about our family history, enjoying everything Swedish and the long summer days!
Thank you to Kristin, Olle, Jill and Annette for motivating me to make this trip and coordinating everything. Thank you Karin for the Swedish lessons this year. My friend ...
... For more on Colorado's pot scene, click here. *** At Fruita, we turn off the Interstate to visit the Western Colorado Dinosaur Museum. We're in the heart of dinosaur country. We see real bones from dinosaurs such as the Apatosaurus and Allosaurus. There are full-size cast skeletal mounts of the Velociraptor (made famous in the movie Jurrasic Park), Stegosaurus and Mymoorapelta, among others. Click here to see the ...
... three different length hairs growing out of each follicle. You also have to separately process hairs from the head and neck, from the legs, and from the body. Then there is a machine that cards the wool and arranges it into workable strands. These strands go through another machine that stretches them to double the original length, another machine that spins them, another machine that puts two strands together, and another machine that puts them in ...
... street which is filled with quaint shops that look like they haven't changed much in the last 100 years. Larry, Derek, and I went to Lucha Cantina for Mexican Food. Larry and Derek got local beers, I think. I got a taco salad, Derek got a chimichanga and Larry got a burrito. All of the food was great. Larry and Derek said it was the best they had ever had. I think the secret is that almost all the foods were fresh and locally grown. It was a ...
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We left Steamboat just before noon. We had 188 miles to drive today to Palisade Colorado. Palisade is the center of Colorado wine country and is also home to several organic farms and orchards. We can't wait to invade the tasting rooms and farm stands.
We stopped in the sleepy little town of Hayden for lunch. We found a quiet little city park and enjoyed our picnic and then wandered on down the road. We ...