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Next stop was Herman’s fruit stand, a not to miss peach-colored building filled with Palisade peaches, sweet corn, a variety of local fruits and vegetables, and preserves of all flavors. It was hard to stop sampling and buying.
We stopped at Canyon Winds Winery before finding a comfy campsite at Island Acres State Park just east of Palisade on the banks of the Colorado River. Inspired by ...
... the trailhead sign. STRAIGHT UP!! A couple hundred feet beyond the ominous arrow, the trail began its ascent to the clouds. Looking up from the solid earth, I thought any member of the Flying Wallendas would think twice before beginning such a climb from terra firma. By the way, the trail was barely wider than a cable normally used by the Flying Wallenda clan.
After we had shuffled up the trail a hundred feet or so we stopped to catch ...
... on his 60th birthday, and was taken over by American Airlines. Capt. **** grew up in Grand Junction, and is my first cousin, once removed. There are no known statues or fountains honoring him. We slog through Grand Junction, riding in the vicinity of 1345 Chipeta Ave., where Capt. **** grew up, long before he ever entertained fantasies of flying. Chipeta, or White Singing Bird, was a Native American woman and ...
... has the largest collection of outdoor art in Colorado. There were lot of statues and sculptures. We had lunch at the Rockslide Brewery. Larry had Kokopeli Cream Ale and Derek had Big Bear Stout. We shared three sliders and nachos for lunch.
After lunch Bonnie joined us as our guide for the Colorado National Monument. The Monument is made up of 32 square miles of plateau and canyons. From the valley floor we went up over 2000 ft. We ...
We decided to go to the bee festival at Palisade, Colorado. Leslie had noticed it in the newspaper a day or two ago.
The town is about 20 miles east of Fruita. It is the epicenter of Colorado's wine industry. The festival was slated to start at 11:00. But, as is the Vice tradition, we were there by 10:30. We parked right by the railroad tracks. That provided a good view of the mesa to ...