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... I assume this is nostalgic packaging to remind us of our youth. It all cost $20 a bag which I think was an ounce and they have chewable gummy bears and oils as well. Imagine a BBQ cooked with that oil!
Since Denise has been struggling a bit with the altitude, and my driving on the wrong side of the road, I wonder whether some of Sgt Green's herbal tea might just be the ...
... a bad wheel bearing on the passenger side. Found a repair shop but parts won't be in until some time Wednesday. Holed up in a motel. Lucky we discovered our problem before an accident happened. Should be moving/blogging by ...
... week. Georgetown actually is very
pleasant and worth a stop for a few hours to wander around or have dinner
(something to keep in mind if traffic is bad on the way back from skiing). Together
with Silver Plume a few miles uphill towards the Continental Divide it makes up
a large national historic district, one connected by the narrow-gauge
Georgetown Loop Railroad.
... of only a handful of breweries that survived Prohibition intact. All the non-brewery assets of the Adolph Coors Company were spun off between 1989 and 1992; the descendant of the original Herold Porcelain ceramics business continues to operate as Coors Tek. For much of its history, Coors beer was a regional product; its marketing area was confined ...
... Colorado Springs. We mainly wanted to see the Garden of the Gods. Instead we decided to see the Molly Brown House Museum but after driving there and finding a parking place we found that the tours were all sold out. We did get to see something today. Tomorrow we head to western Colorado and then to the southwest corner. ...
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