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For those of you that know Keller, you know that he LOVES to research things forever...like for a really long time. I love this about him, mostly, because I can't stand it. Don't get me wrong, if we are going somewhere, I will plan the heck out of that trip. However, researching the best washing machine or car is definitely NOT my thing, so I am thankful that he takes the time to make sure we are making the ...
... long and wide, it is a pretty good campground. Because it was only a 78 mile drive today we got here around 1:30; so after setting up camp we set off to explore the local
wineries, of which there are over 20. Unfortunately because the tourist season in this region has not begun, most of the wineries were not open. We did find one that had their tasting room open, and the 3 wines we tasted were pretty good, but the prices were high; so we did not buy any.
... amp; dad better be prepared to look at A ALOT of photos of mountains & lakes when I'm home!! In between taking photos, I also read a book & had a snooze (yep there is photographic proof of both Mel & myself having an afternoon snooze like a couple of old grannies!) We did go to the cafe lounge to get a drink & snacks, the hot dogs were a bit grim but the hot chocolate was lush. We got to ...
... They are always happy to get out and strech their legs though. We stopped in a town called Green River and thought about staying there. We had been driving on and off for 10 hours but I was determined to get to Grand Junction because we plan on staying here all day Thursday. I didn't want to have to drive tomorrow. The kids sort of fell apart when we told them we still had that hour and ...
... the car I could probably afford to hire someone to help!
Another of the many muscle cars was the 1999 Shelby Series 1. The price of $90,000 to $100,000 is just one more reason why my cars are of the "flabby" variety not the "muscle" variety. Quite frankly, I don't remember seeing this particular model before.
The last vehicle we looked at in the prime area was the 1963 JFK Pontiac Bonneville Ambulance. It was ...