As I sit here in the warm comfort of my home, I realized we had not closed out our visit to Breckenridge. During our last few days there, the weather was starting to turn “wintery” and we had to make a hasty exit to avoid the incoming 10 inches of snow and sub-freezing temperatures that
Some of you have asked for more pictures of Maggie out and about with us on our adventures. So I thought we would take this opportunity to tell you a little about her. Our first dog, Heidi, was 16 years old when she passed away, she too was a mutt. After she passed away, we
The weekend started with a cool sunny day in Estes park, but the forecast called for rain late morning and on through the day and it was move day for us. Our adventures in Estes Park had run out and it was time to pack-up, unhook and take to the road before the rain started.
After two full and fun days of exploring the wonders of RMNP, we thought it might be time to take a pause and see what all the community of Estes Park has to offer. Like any other town located just outside the gates of a national park, Estes Park is a tourist town. There are
There is so much to see and do here, we decided an article on our visit to Rocky Mountain National Park needed to be more then just one blog. So, here is Part 1: Trail Ridge Road and hiking to Ouzel Falls. Our trip from Fort Collins was uneventful and quick, only 57 miles. We
Well, with our weather-induced detour and staying south, we were able to move our Rocky Mountain National Park reservations to the 18th, but that still left us with two days we needed to fill before we could arrive. Here we were, on a Saturday morning trying to find a spot for Saturday and Sunday nights.
Well this week started our annual fall pilgrimage to cooler climates as a relief from the hot summer and also in search of the turning colors of fall. For this year, we planned a three week-long trip. First out to Yellowstone, then down to Rocky Mountain National Park, and closing out with a stop at
Another week and another road trip for us. This time it was to the East and out to New Jersey to visit our son and his fiancé. They are two Grad students getting it done in the Big Apple. After an exciting (insert sarcasm here) day’s drive across Iowa, Illinois, Indiana and Ohio, we spent