When we headed up to Brainard Lake for a picnic and a hike, it never occurred to me that I would make a beautiful discovery. I had to share my photos with you. The overcast skies and heavy air felt more like Wisconsin, than Colorado. Thunderstorms predicted in the afternoon didn't stop me from grabbing... Continue Reading →
When the summer heat is on, there's no better escape than the mountains. During the Fourth of July weekend in Breckenridge, Colorado, Main Street had been packed with people, half of them without masks. We hiked in the wilderness instead. Now that masks are mandatory in Colorado, I looked forward to a hike and a... Continue Reading →
Heading to Union Reservoir in Longmont, Colorado to paddleboard became a misadventure in oh, my God, scariness. Even when taking precautions, life happens!
I pull up my mask out of respect for others while biking, but the craziest things still happen! Life reminds me to ALWAYS wear a mask. Click for a giggle.
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!