How to Celebrate National Stay at Home Day in Grand Junction
You've been using your time off well you're not feeling, but don't you deserve to treat yourself when you are feeling well? Instead of calling in sick on November 30th, call in well. Take the day off because you feel good and celebrate National Stay Home Because You're Well Day in Grand Junction.
You actually have the time to go on a hike today. You can go anytime and anywhere you want -- and around Grand Junction, there's a lot to choose from. And if you want to take your better half with you (your dog), here are a few hikes to choose from.
Relaxation to me sounds like binge watching TV and drinking wine. Since you've got the day off, this could be one of your few chances to watch what you want to watch. Pair it with a glass of Dry Rose from Grand River Vineyards and you're definitely doing National Stay Home Because You're Well Day right.
Nothing compares to the joy of fishing when you have no interruptions and no one else's line to fix. Cast where and as often as you want, it's your day. Riverbend Park and Highline Park are a couple great spots.
Tis the season to decorate the tree exactly how YOU want it, with no broken ornaments on your watch. You can always set aside a few ornaments for your little ones, or loved ones, to put up. Whether it's artificial or real, you can some trees here.
Day off = time to hit up a hot spring. Going to a hot spring is something I've been wanting to do since I've moved here. To Strawberry Park Hot Springs in Steamboat Springs to clothing optional Orvis Hot Springs in Ridgway, there's plenty to choose from.