My first time skiing at Crested Butte was an adventure, and the mountain views were incredible. Click for my favorite photos!
There are a lot more men than women who ski, but on the most difficult terrain, I want to make sure to represent my sex. That's not always an easy feat. Click for photos.
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 →
Although I am blessed, the holidays can be a crazy stressful time for me. There have been some years when all the decorations came right out the twenty-five boxes and were hung or placed with ease, the cards created and sent in a couple of days, and shopping finished so early, I wrapped presents and... Continue Reading →
For how long I have lived in Boulder, you'd think I would spend a lot of time hiking Boulder Creek. I drive over it, but hadn't walked the trail for a long time. It was, well, see for yourself! With tons of snow melting in the mountains, the runoff is filling rivers. People chilled out... Continue Reading →
After rehabbing a pinched meniscus since December, I was ready to ski again. I left yesterday morning and hoped to hit the slopes by noon. I missed last weekend's champagne powder and planned to make up for it. Then I hit a giant snag. With snow flying and road closures I had to make a... Continue Reading →
When I learned the Denver Aquarium hosted Yoga with the Sharks on Saturdays, I had to go! I missed Shark Week. This unusual class combined an adventure fix with a zen experience. I had to share my photos and videos of my latest adventure. I've always been a water girl (something to do with my... Continue Reading →
Weather in Colorado can be unpredictable. When green tinged thunderclouds roll in, I cross my fingers we don't get hail. Yesterday, pea-sized hail grew to marble size in seconds. After the quick storm, I checked out the plants. Most of the flowers made it through. I let out a held breath. Eight miles away, golf... Continue Reading →
Mary Antoinette's stomping grounds, Palace of Versailles, is a must-see if you ever travel to Paris. After a short train ride, nothing could prepare me for what lay right around the corner. It was more sumptuous, grand, and had more gold gilt and marble than I had imagined. Truly humbled by the massive palace, Danny,... Continue Reading →
I discovered these travel tips and tricks while traveling a ton last year. Say that three times fast. I thought I'd share my favorites. Oh, man, now I'm rhyming. These tips save time, help with packing, and have made traveling so much more enjoyable. Travel season is almost upon us! I hope to travel again soon if Danny... Continue Reading →