In all honesty, I could fill a few posts up with Yosemite. And we were only there for three days, so the amount of places we could have parked for a picnic and some rock throwing (from Ajax, obviously) is loads.
The mountains were calling, and we had to go.
The rad thing about Yosemite, is that while you were up (some parts are 8000 feet above sea level) there were still views around you. It seems there way always something higher off in the horizon, and I dig that.
We’re headed to Yosemite soon, and I’m looking forwards to some WOODS. I’ve heard the hikes (and the views!) are legit. I’ve got to get my Colorado vibes somehow! And while I love a good
Maybe because I know where we live, it’s not permanent, not for the next few moves anyway. But that makes me want to see and experience as much as we can, where we live. So
Thanks to a very sweet friend, and helping hands from one of her friends… my Christmas card should be in my mailbox today! It’s gotten to the point where it takes a village to get
We did it! We made it to the Albuquerque International Balloon Fiesta! If you didn’t know, with almost 600 balloons, it is the largest ballooning event and the most photographed event on earth. It’s a pretty big deal.
A few weekends ago, Colorado Springs had their Balloon Classic and I was determined to be there for the send off on Saturday morning. Yes, it meant heading out the door before six am, but I was determined.