So. CO Trip Day 6 – Jeeping on “Smokey” Black Bear Pass

I had a lengthy list of activities planned for our week-long southern Colorado trip this past summer and hubby was down for any adventure I signed us up for, with one caveat — we add Black Bear Pass to that … Continue reading

So. CO Trip Day 5 – Hiking to a blue lake called Blue Lake

It was the fifth day of our So Co trip and the wildfire smoke near Telluride had just started to get much worse the day before. Although the smoke wasn’t impacting hubby much, my throat was in rough shape! It … Continue reading

So. CO Trip Day 4 – Telluride Via Ferrata and Bridal Veil Falls

The fourth day of our southern Colorado trip was also our seventh wedding anniversary. Hubby and I have tried to make it a point to do an adventurous activity on or near our wedding anniversary date every year and we … Continue reading

So. CO Trip Day 3 – Taking the scenic route from Crested Butte to Telluride

On the third day of our southern Colorado trip, we could have easily slept in and checked out as late as we wanted from our tent hotel on the Paradise Divide, but we also had an incredible itinerary ahead of … Continue reading

Jones Pass and Lone Lick Lakes camping

During the summer of 2020, since Pie and I were working from home and no longer had to spend an hour commuting home after a long day, it started to became the norm for us to nonchalantly decide Friday afternoon … Continue reading

Crested Butte camping and Comet Neowise

You might be sick of hearing about our weekly camping trips by now, but guess what… I’m not even halfway through all the trips we did this past summer/fall! Buckle up! Truthfully, I want to skip ahead to our exciting, … Continue reading

Jeeping Cinnamon Pass (again), Ophir Pass, and Imogene Pass

After our Utah trip the weekend prior, we couldn’t wait to get back to the mountains and woodsy terrain of Colorado for the upcoming, extended Fourth of July weekend. Little did we know how much we would miss the quiet … Continue reading

Biking Trails around Midtown (Denver)

If you live in Denver, especially the Midtown neighborhood, and have a metal object in your garage that happens to have two wheels, it’s about time to dust that thing off and take advantage of Denver’s many paved, multi-use trails! … Continue reading