My little mini vacation is over. 😦 Karen left this morning and she is already back home, in California now. We had such a good time and covered a lot of ground while she was here. We took her to and did as many places and things as time would allow while she was here. We had a blast. It just flew by so quickly though.
The first thing we did was to have a “Girls’ Day” at the Dushanbe Teahouse, in Boulder. There were eight of us who celebrated high tea at Dushanbe (you’ll just have to wait for another post on this one. I know, I am such a tease. 🙂 ). Before we met everyone at Dushanbe though, we stopped in a Bookcliff Vineyards Winery, also in Boulder, for a tasting. Bookcliff Vineyards in Boulder Our wine tasting crew was Janet, Lauren, Karen and myself. Janet and I have been to Bookcliff many times, and are/were both members. It was the first time for both Lauren and Karen though. John, the owner, was there and showed us around a bit, which made it even more special.
The barrel room.
John and the Girls.
Ladies day out.
Bookcliff is a local winery that actually grows and produces most of their own grapes too. They grow their grapes in Palisades, over on the Western Slope, outside of Grand Junction, Colorado. They also do tastings and events there as well. Their Boulder location is at 1501 Lee Hill Drive, Number 17
Boulder, CO 80304. Their phone number is 303.499.7301. They would love it if you go visit and taste. Give them a call, or stop on by next time you are in the neighborhood. 🙂