Grand Junction

Eat All the Things in Grand Junction, Colorado. Farmers' Market. HeidiTown.com

Let’s face it, many people who grew up on Colorado’s Front Range tend to think of Grand Junction as that far away cowtown town that’s practically in Utah. Of course, that reputation has slowly been changing thanks in part to the growing popularity of and interest in local food. Colorado’s western slope is a place where local food has been a way of life long before it became trendy. It

Jet Boat Colorado The Most Fun You Can Have with Wet Clothes On 3. HeidiTown.com

When Ryan and I were invited to experience Jet Boat Colorado during our visit to the Grand Junction area, I was simultaneously delighted and terrified. I love boats and I love the water, but ever since I had a scary river incident many years ago, I’m not particularly fond of getting out on a river of any kind, let alone the mighty Colorado River. Despite my fear, I realized that

Gift Guide for Friends with Good Tastes

Know someone who loves food? Instead of buying them a cookbook or newfangled kitchen item, how about buying them a foodie experience? Colorado has blossomed with food tours over the last several years, and I’ve had the pleasure of experiencing several of these delicious excursions. Local Table Tours LocalTableTours.com This company was started by a Boulder food blogger who has traveled extensively in the United States and abroad. Today, Local Table

Ryan riding the chairlift in Powderhorn Mountain Resort. HeidiTown.com

When you think of Grand Junction what’s the first thing that comes to mind? Wine? Peaches? Biking? All of those things should come to mind, but so should skiing. Powderhorn Mountain Resort is just 45 minutes from Grand Junction (it took us 30 minutes from our hotel that was located at I70 in Grand Junction). We visited on closing weekend last March. The drive to Powderhorn is beautiful, and I

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It’s time for another segment of the HeidiTown show on KRFC 88.9 FM. It’s already been an amazing year here at HeidiTown, and it’s only been a few weeks! On this week’s show, I do a little housekeeping. There are some changes on the horizon for the HeidiTown show, so listen to find out what’s in store. Also, I preview some of my upcoming trips to Grand County this winter.

HeidiTown.com on KRFC 88.9 FM - What to do in Colorado Sept. 30 - Oct. 2, 2011

Looking for something to do this weekend in Colorado? It’s time for another KRFC 88.9 FM segment, and I can’t believe this is already my 6th segment. Time flies when you are having fun and I am certainly having lots of fun – my hope is that you are too! There’s another great weekend in store for Colorado and it includes everything from fall festivals to a bass festival –

BBQ Festivals in Colorado (Summer 2010)

Barbecue is popular in Colorado.   Maybe it’s our proximity Kansas, or maybe it’s the Texas influence, but for whatever reason, we have our fair share of barbecue fanatics. I’ve researched and put together this list of summer barbecue festivals in Colorado. If you know of others, please let me know so that I can add them to this list. Royal George Holy Smoke Bar-B-Que Showdown June 11-12, 2010 Canon