After a huge April Colorado snowstorm trudged to the east, I discovered a frosted paradise. Click for my favorite photographs!
I've lived in Colorado long enough to know that weather can be unpredictable. When forecasters warned of a sixty degree drop in temperatures and snow, I battened down the hatches. After transplanting annuals and cutting the last of the lavender in eighty degree heat (Yes, 80 degrees!), I went inside to shower. Minutes later, the... Continue Reading →
Every year, I hope a huge snowstorm hits Colorado in October. Those first snowflakes are so magical. Memories of snow angels, snowball fights, and snowmen, not to mention ski season, baking, and slow-cooked meals, always brings out the kid in me. Read on for photos of this amazing Colorado snowstorm. While we were in Europe,... Continue Reading →
After a week in Wisconsin, I packed up and headed to the Rocky Mountains to see the autumn colors. What I didn't expect was an early arrival. These are drive-by shots, meaning, I jumped out of the car to shoot the picture. Don't worry. No aspens were harmed in the making of this blog post.... Continue Reading →
Colorado weather is notorious for its unpredictability, but I've never seen anything like the superstorm that arrived this week. 2017 has been a year of the unpredictable, with the death of my brother and ceiling cave-in. I keep looking for that silver lining. It's in my nature. A week ago, I worried about how I... Continue Reading →
It snowed for the first time yesterday, November 17th, the latest snow on record. I've been waiting through dry months more similar to August and September. It was 82 degrees the day before. Yep. We didn't turn off our sprinklers before the storm. Oopsy. But it made a pretty cool sculpture. All of these photos... Continue Reading →