What would your view from the top look like? How about views for which you are grateful? Click for photos and a few thoughts.
Have you found it hard to maintain your creativity during isolation? I have, but I have also found many ways to stay productive. Click for ideas!
Racism is systemic. We have to root it out from our personal, social groups and make it unacceptable. Click to find out how you can make George Floyd's legacy last beyond legislation and peaceful protests.
Retail shops opened in Boulder, Colorado on May 9th. With tulips and curiosity at its peak, I went to Pearl Street to take photos and to see if anyone shopped.
When I groomed my dog, Roxy, the clippers didn't work. I had to trim her with a scissors. Click for a giggle and a funny-looking Bichon Frise!
When I noticed a few hikers and bikers without masks, I decided to decorate the statue of Rebecca to remind others.
When I got a basketball Jones and went outside to play, I realized a couple of things about the Cheech and Chong song and myself.
After a huge April Colorado snowstorm trudged to the east, I discovered a frosted paradise. Click for my favorite photographs!
So, I was ready to post a funny story about my love for a sport played outdoors. Then I woke up this morning. I looked out the window and POW! The few inches predicted in Boulder, Colorado turned into 12 and it's supposed to snow all day. I went out in search of a snow... Continue Reading →
Hello, Wild Riders! I hope you are well and surviving the pandemic. I woke up this morning and realized it's my birthday! So, how does an adventure girl celebrate when everyone is supposed to stay home? I have a few ideas. First of all, I am very grateful to be here to celebrate. I'm seven... Continue Reading →