I love Old Man Winter. Not to say it doesn’t get old sometimes, no pun intended (not to mention cold). Which is why, in our part of the world, one needs to find ways to feel its
Ohhh, it’s so dreary. The fall shoulder season. Colors fade, the light dims and shortens, and the sun has lost its warmth. When it’s out, that is. At least the holiday frenzy is ramping up, so there’s not so much time to
OK. Yea, I know it’s kinda late for a post about fall. Especially living in the high country. But it’s been so WARM! Still, the fall colors really are pretty much done now, and I’m just now getting around to posting something about it. Jeez, the pace of Life keeps getting faster! But fall is supposed to be
We are all close to 60, some a bit less, some a bit more. We’ve hiked together, run rivers together, cared for babies and growing children together. We’ve done a lot of laughing, a bit of
I have been VERY excited to put this blog together. It’s taken so long because there are so many images I love from the Tetons part of my trip. I confess I have been binge processing them in my computer’s dark room, rather than writing. Now comes the second best part of being in the blog world, I get to try to put this ultimate experience into words. No easy task. So let me know in the comments if it takes you there….
The Tetons and its park is a place of utter
It’s getting hot in the desert. Or maybe just a bit buggy. Ugh. I am essentially a mountain girl who loves cooler temps. After a few weeks of my annual desert pilgrimage, I’m starting to get homesick. And sick of sand that