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 ...
... 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 ...
... 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 ...
... and Diana, make all of the spice mixtures and rubs. We bought three different jars to take back to Guyana; Rack Ragin' Cajun, Twigs n' Stix Southwest, and Willow of a Dillo Dilly. They all smelled great. We are really excited to try them.
Another interesting booth demonstrated how honey is actually removed from the hives.
By about 11:30 we were done walking around the ...
... Unfortunately, the place we chose did not offer that. Leslie and Tyler both had a muffin. I selected a tortilla de patata con pan. We also each had orange juice and coffee. That all came to about 22 Euros.
When we finished breakfast we all made a restroom stop and then stopped at the money exchange booth. I had about 54 Euros in my pocket. They returned $63 to me.
We finally made it to our gate, A2, at about ...