POTW: Nature’s Silence

The Preston Loop, Gold Run Nordic Center My soul steers me into nature's silence. Angie Weiland-Crosby Maybe the best attribute about the great outdoors is the ability to explore nature's silence. Whether it is the rain in the spring, the waves lapping against the shoreline in the summer, the rustling of the leaves in the … Continue reading POTW: Nature’s Silence

POTW: Winter in Rocky Mountain National Park

Winter in Rocky Mountain National Park. The Never Summer Range as seen from Trail Ridge Road.

POTW: Lake Granby

Lake Granby Looking into the Indian Peaks from the southern end of Lake Granby near Arapaho Bay. The mirror image of the snow covered peaks projected on to the surface of the lake was mesmerizing as the lake was smooth as glass. We were driving back towards Monarch Lake along County Road 6 when I … Continue reading POTW: Lake Granby

POTW: Teton Adventures

Nez Perce, Grand Teton National Park There is something about a Teton Adventure, the Tetons are a 40 mile long range located in western Wyoming and mainly encompassed within Grand Teton National Park. While Grand Teton is the most prominent and photographed peak in the range. This is a picture of Nez Perce, from late … Continue reading POTW: Teton Adventures

POTW: Midway Geyser Basin, Yellowstone National Park

Grand Prismatic Spring, YNP Midway Geyser Basin, located on the western side of Yellowstone National Park, is home to quite possibly the most photographed features in the park, Grand Prismatic Spring. Known for is vibrant colors of orange, red, green to deep blue is the largest hot spring in the United States. However the there … Continue reading POTW: Midway Geyser Basin, Yellowstone National Park

POTW: Bald Eagle

A bald eagle sits perched above Henry's Lake in Island Park, Idaho. Stella and I paddled upon this bald eagle while kayaking along the eastern shore of Henry's Lake during our Wild West Summer Vacation 2020.

East Shore Trail and more…

East Shore Trail As adventurous as Stella, my wife, is it may surprise some to learn how intolerant she is of hiking in hot weather. She can and will do it, but will likely grumble quite a bit along the way, and be utterly miserable. Instead, she much prefers trekking in the Spring and Fall, … Continue reading East Shore Trail and more…