Kessler Canyon, Autograph Collection
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... who was born here. Along with traditionally garbed island chiefs, Aspinall was one of the first to greet and congratulate the crew of Apollo 10 after their return to Earth.
- Dalton Trumbo, Academy Award-winning screenwriter (Exodus, Spartacus, Thirty Seconds Over Tokyo). There's a fountain on Main Street honoring him.
- Capt. Richard ****, former TWA pilot, until the airline rudely ...
... any publication of the research. So if you have athlete's foot or other fungus, buy hemp socks! He sold them in his store. Derek bought two pairs of alpaca socks for work because they wick the water away from your feet without the itchy feel of wool.
We stopped at Anita's Pantry and Produce, just a roadside stand. We bought Peach Preserves and Peach Salsa and Larry got a Palisade Peach to eat. Then we drove to Grand Junction for lunch. ...
... he built the interstate highway system. Well, Glenwood Canyon is 12.5 miles long and it is a dual level roadway all the way through. Eisenhower did not want the walls of the canyon ruined so the engineers put the upper, westbound roadway on pilings and the eastbound road ran mostly beside the Colorado River. It was amazing! We stopped at the Grizzly Creek Rest Area and walked down to the river. Some of us took off our shoes and waded in the ...
... and coffee he played the John Denver song, Country Roads. He played several other tunes from the 60's and 70's. Leslie sang right along with each song.
Emerging from the coffee shop we walked to Lupita's Bizarre Bazaar, Too. Hillary had been there before. She told us that in a former life the store had been a bank. At the rear of the store was a vault. Inside the vault is a safe that ...
... Brewster Town car Sedan really go the short end of the stick. While the passengers rode in comfort in the enclosed rear cabin, except for the windscreen the driver was totally exposed to the elements. Regardless, it is an elegant car and, at $60,000, rather pricey too. However, even pricier was the $900,000 1933 Chrysler Imperial CL Sedan. Unfortunately, the only part of that car I photographed was the hood ornament!