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
Stella worked half a day on New Years, and once she had closed her computer, we headed to Winter Park for dinner, and then onto Grand Lake, just as we had done the weekend prior for Christmas. This time, however, instead of cross-country skiing, our plans were set on snowshoeing in Rocky Mountain National Park, … Continue reading Trail Ridge Road: Take 2
Willow Creek Reservoir There is something special about kayaking in the fall, particularly on the Willow Creek Reservoir, flanked with Aspens strewn about its southern shores with their vibrant fall colors on display. This past Saturday we able to get the "Big Mango" out on the water for possibly one of the last high mountain … Continue reading POTW: Kayaking in the Fall
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.
A Bull Elk relaxing near Milner Pass, RMNP There is a short story behind this photo, we were headed into Rocky Mountain National Park to the Alpine Visitors Center. As we neared Milner Pass, there were an abundance of bull elk foraging. At minimum 5 large bull elk and a few juvenile elk as well. … Continue reading POTW: The Elk of RMNP
Never Summer Mountains, Rocky Mountain National Park. As seen from the Bowen/Baker trail in Rocky Mountain National Park. Life is an adventure we must be willing to explore. When out on the trail stop, look about and listen... it is a place where we can connect and enjoy the solitude of our surrounding. Find Your … Continue reading POTW – The Mountains are Calling
They say sometimes it's better to lucky than good, this happened to be one of those fortuitous moments in time when we captured a glimpse of the Poudre Lake Moose. We just returned from hiking along the Cache la Poudre River Trail and were traversing along the backside of Poudre Lake when we observed a … Continue reading POTW ~ Poudre Lake Moose