The Silk Pincushion
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... receive an award for innovation at her job. They would be staying over night so they gave us the keys to one of their cars as well as the house. So we went to tour the Coor's Brewery which to my surprise was free. At the end we were able to sample some of the beers they brew. How many of you knew they brew Blue Moon and Killian's Red along with a few dozen more? Just more things in this life that make you say Hmmmm!
Went to 5:15PM Mass at St. Joseph's Church followed by ...
... created equal. This one was so disappointing. The tour guide didn't tell us anything about the area and one restaurant (1472) treated us as if they didn't know we were coming and tried to take our order (food was included in the price of the tour). There was one exception. Pajama Bakery was excellent. The owner (Russ, I think was his name) took the time to tell us about his business, how he made his breads, etc., ...
All the moons are in alignment. A blue moon yesterday and and Blue Moon beer today. We are in Upper Pines campsite in Yosemite, and today's beer is a "Pine in the Neck". Described as a double IPA brewed with juniper berries its history is told as two brewers who lost their be stash in a flash flood (kept in the stream to keep it cool). "Brewed to be nature-proof" ...
... driving back into town, we drove right past the State park with the dog park so we couldn't pass up an opportunity to see Pippi have tons of fun. So, we stopped again, walked around the lakes and then headed home.
Lysa and Adam had an outdoor jazz concert to attend so Andy and I had pizza delivered and relaxed a bit. For the first time ever, Pippi slept upstairs in her crate in ...
... this road because it’s narrow should ban bicyclist! It’s dangerous for them and vehicles too.
After 6 + miles of this 20MPH winding road we finally arrived at the Golden, Colorado Coors Brewery. Tours begin in the southeast corner of the visitor parking lot, 13th & Ford Street, Aprox. Every 20 min. there is a shuttle bus that takes about 16 folks to the visitor’s center from the parking lot. The tour ...