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Old 03-01-2014   #21
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Groves Black Dog in New Castle, and hogback pizza and spirits liquors for those who pass south canyon and want to run dinosaur at big water or fish

Who's your monkey?
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Old 03-01-2014   #22
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If you on the Dolores River, the Bedrock General store is just up the road from the bridge. They do sell liquor. After running out of liquor, I hiked up to the place on the off chance it sold booze. I walked in and saw nothing on the shelves. I was about to walk out and the clerk ask me what I was looking for. Turns out there is a locked, separate room next store full of booze. Trip saved. For legal reason I don't think they can keep the booze in the main General Store.

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Old 03-01-2014   #23
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The Taylor And Gunnison river in Almont you can get beers at Three Rivers or the Almont resort then Float down and get some wine and Italian food at Garlic Mikes. Then head down to the Trough for some surfin turf... I've got to move back to the valley!
Pool and a pond... Pond be good for you.
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Old 03-01-2014   #24
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Just have to say that this thread has had the most useful info of anything I have read here in months. Nobody bitches when it comes to booze threads. Bar at Pleasure Park after running the Gunny Gorge is always a good way to end the day. Nothing fancy but does the job.
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Old 03-02-2014   #25
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I had a buddy that needed to buy beer once at a place called the flying B. Expensive, but worth it...
I think we were floating a little river called the central middle anadromous fish salmon tributary inflow stream to the main forks salmon before it hits the bottom mouth section...
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Old 03-02-2014   #26
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Oak Creek into Sedona, AZ. Oak Creek Brewery is waiting for you.
Also Garlands has amazing brews and sandwiches at the put-in for the Indian Gardens section. Headed there now, 1000 cfs!
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Old 03-02-2014   #27
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Don't forget you can always pick up a 6-pack of 3.2 PBR at the Kum-n-Go by the Glenwood WW Park!
Geno's on the north side for the good stuff!
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New owners took cards last time I was through (2013).
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If the poudre play park gets built under the current plan the takeout will be within walking distance of a number of bars and breweries. Fingers crossed
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New owners took cards last time I was through (2013).
Meaning Paradise Lodge on the Rogue.

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