After a mass shooting in Boulder, Colorado, many will react in fear. But there's another alternative. Click for an idea that could bring the community together with hope.
When taking a walk, I discovered an amazing sight. Click for photos of a golden sunset and words to inspire you!
When the Calwood Fire broke out in Jamestown, I didn't worry too much until it swept over the mountain toward my house. Click for photos!
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.
https://www.instagram.com/p/B0HC5q1FbCe/ I've lived in Boulder for thirty years and have never participated in one of its most celebrated events. Boulderites are known for their green standards. They're concerned about their carbon footprint. They are all about recycling, organics, and commuting with the environment in mind. Since the Boulder Creek rushes wild a couple of streets... Continue Reading →
Boulder is known for its red rocks, which slice through the foothills in flat angular slabs known at the Flatirons. For a view of the Flatirons, Boulder, the Front Range and beyond, there is no better hike that Mount Sanitas. They even have their own mini flatirons - The trailhead starts on Mapleton Avenue at... 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 →
Weather in Colorado is unpredictable, but getting this much snow, this late in the month is unusual and record-breaking. Mother Nature at her best and worst. Luckily, while perusing tender plants at Home Depot last Friday, I overheard two ladies talking about the rumor of snow. Although it didn't show up on my weather app,... Continue Reading →
I took this photo while on my favorite ride to Coot Lake near the Boulder Reservoir and didn't notice the sign. LOL! Although I've ridden to the lake and the Boulder Res countless times, I hadn't taken this trail. No wonder I got so many hairy eyeballs from people walking. Oopsy. Next time I'll admire... Continue Reading →
I’ve overheard a lot of wild conversations. I’m an eavesdropper by nature. Shh! Don’t tell anyone… It can be very entertaining. Here are three conversations I've overheard. I just had to share: #1. While visiting Malibu, I walked through a parking a lot filled with sports cars and other gleaming top-of-the-line vehicles. A middle-aged couple... Continue Reading →