On Memorial Day, Stella and I trekked along the East Shore Trail. On our way back, we had paused for a moment to look north across the lake into the snowcapped southern end of the Never Summer Range. This trail encompasses both the Arapaho National Recreation Area and Rocky Mountain National Park, on the eastern … Continue reading POTW: East Shore Trail RMNP
Moab: a hot, dry desert region in eastern Utah. It is a place of archeological wonder, and one in which people travel from around the globe to observe the landscape carved millions of years ago. Two weeks ago, we spent a few days in Moab biking and exploring the area's parks. While we did enjoy … Continue reading Moab Adventure!
Bike pedals are all the same, right? No. What's so great about the Look Trail Grip Platform Pedals? When I purchased my new Trek Dual Sport 3 Women's bike, I immediately noticed that the pedals were smaller than those on my previous bike. The first few times I rode it, my feet kept slipping off … Continue reading Look Trail Grip Platform Pedals
Canyonlands National Park, located southwest of Arches National Park, was described by Edward Abbey as, "the most weird, wonderful, magical place on earth—there is nothing else like it anywhere." Created from both the Green River and the Colorado River, Canyonlands National Park is divided into distinct sections; the Island in the Sky, the Needles, the … Continue reading POTW: Canyonlands National Park
Double Arch inside Arches National Park is a unique arch structure, it is referred to as a pothole arch. The double arch was created when water eroded the the arches from above versus from the side. Arches National Park is located just north of Moab, Utah, the park is encompassed by the Colorado Plateau.
This last weekend we embarked upon our Southwest Colorado Adventure, another first for us. The weather had prevented us from being able to do everything that we had planned. But we still had a great time visiting this part of Colorado, although it had felt like a world away from our neck of the woods … Continue reading Southwest Colorado Adventure
This past weekend, we visited Glenwood Springs for the first time. It is a small town in western Colorado, possessing a rich mining history, with lore of famous outlaws and gunslingers. We had planned a cross-country ski trip here over this recent winter, but ended up going somewhere else that had more snow. This spring, … Continue reading A Glenwood Springs Weekend…