POTW: After the rain…

Shortly after the rain had stopped, a cow and her calf appeared at the north end of the Kawuneeche Valley near the Colorado River Trailhead inside Rocky Mountain National Park. Stella and I make it a point to drive into Rocky Mountain National Park after it rains, as the wildlife seems to appear out of … Continue reading POTW: After the rain…

Steamboat Springs Summer Weekend

Christmas 2021 had been our fist adventuring trip to Steamboat Springs, Colorado. It had been a memorable trip for a few reasons, and we were eager to return during the summer to do some hiking, biking, kayaking and fishing. Two weekends ago, we parked our 2022 Winnebago FLX 2108DS at the local KOA and set … Continue reading Steamboat Springs Summer Weekend

POTW: Hahns Peak

Hahns Peak as viewed from the "Big Mango" on Steamboat Lake. The peak is named after Joseph Hahn, who in the 1860's set out to find gold on the mountain. Finding riches on every side of the mountain in 1865, he and his crew set out to expand their operations the following year. In 1866 … Continue reading POTW: Hahns Peak

POTW: Bald Eagle

A Bald Eagle, perched above Lake Granby. Found throughout North America and commonly referred as a Bald Eagle, although they are not bald. They were dubbed "Bald" because of their all-white heads. We spotted this magnificent creature on our way to Monarch Lake to hike the loop over the Memorial Day holiday weekend.

POTW: Summer Adventure

Sacred Dancing Cascade, Glacier National Park John Muir once said, “I only went out for a walk, and finally concluded to stay out till sundown, for going out, I found, was really going in.” Your summer adventure awaits, whether it is a planned trip in one of our many National Parks or just an unexpected … Continue reading POTW: Summer Adventure

Earth Day 2022

https://vimeo.com/701890951 Earth Day 2022: A journey through our adventures of the last year or so, offering subtle reminders of the importance to protect our planet and its future.

Grand Lake Winter Finale

Two weekends ago, we ventured to Grand Lake for our second trip there this winter. While there was plenty of snow, that may not be the case for much longer if the temperatures continue to remain high. The two days we were there, the temperature was about 40ish degrees with a clear blue sky. It … Continue reading Grand Lake Winter Finale