A Father’s Day Blessing! “May your mornings bring joy and your evenings bring peace. May your troubles grow less as your blessings increase.” Irish Blessing My sincere thanks to an online friend (who wishes to remain anonymous) for the photo taken in Colorado. The old settler’s cabin is no longer used. Can you spot the … More Father’s Day Blessing!
My favorite season officially arrived. Summer hung around much too long this year. These photos were taken in Grand Mesa National Forest in Colorado. My thanks to one of my Colorado friends for sharing. Travel Light News I will join several writer friends for a Book Signing in Overland Park, Kansas. We will be at … More Celebrating Color
Some mountainous areas are more arid. The photos here are examples. They may not have the ice-cold streams, but they are still enjoyable. Want to sit beside this waterfall? And rejuvenate through the sound of rushing water? Or stick your toes in a quiet stream? Or sit beside still waters? And gaze at the mountains … More Summer in the Mountains, Part 2
GUEST POST by Sara BrunsvoldAmerica is a geographically diverse, gorgeous slice of earth. My husband and I love exploring it with our two daughters. Like many young families, we have to keep a close eye on the budget. For summer vacation this year, we challenged ourselves to give our girls a memory-making adventure in the … More Winter Park On a Dime
For our Spring Break last year we took the Amtrak train from Omaha, Nebraska to Glenwood Springs, Colorado. Our goals for this trip were to enjoy the scenery and to be as economical as possible. We needed our spirit of adventure and the willingness to tolerate some inconveniences since we chose not to pay the … More Economical Spring Break