If you had to walk around Fruita/Grand Junction wearing a blindfold, would you know where you are based on how things smelled? Would you know when you are close to the Colorado River? Would you know if you were near the egg farm in Fruita?

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What are some of the places in Fruita/Grand Junction that have a distinct or specific smell?

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If Grand Junction Had A Candle

Western Colorado offers a variety of scents from mountain air to the smell of the Colorado River. In town, you can smell the treats created at Enstrom's Candies, our corner bakeries, or fresh brew from a coffee house. Is there a scent that could represent Fruita or Grand Junction like one of those scented candles? What should it smell like?

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Some Things Smell Good

Sometimes the simplest smells are the best. I love hiking in the Colorado National Monument after it rains. It just smells like everything has been rinsed off. Who doesn't love the smell of fresh-cut grass? Once they start mowing the grass in the city parks you can smell that too.

Some Things Don't Smell As Good

While so many things smell good, there are also places that we don't want to smell. Spots that smell bad include water treatment plants and swampy grandareas along the Colorado River like the area near the 29 Road Bridge.

Let's look at the good, the bad, and the smelly in the gallery below and check your responses.

Nose-Worthy: Identifying Western Colorado By Scents Alone

What places in Fruita/Grand Junction have the most noticeable smells? Do you notice a corner bakery, the scent of the Colorado River, or something else? We asked you to tell us about some of the most noticeable smells in the Grand Valley. Keep scrolling to see the good, the bad, and the stinky.

Gallery Credit: Wesley Adams

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Gallery Credit: Wesley Adams

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