With its rich history, we knew there had to be a lot of fun territory to explore near Creede. After a quick check-in at the local Chamber of Commerce, we had map and information in hand for the Bachelor Historic Tour, a self-guided 17-mile drive that includes 17 interpretive stops and points of interest showcasing Creede’s mining history.Read More
I am publishing this post from Durango, Colorado, one of our favorite Colorado towns and site of my worst honeymoon … but that’s a story for another time.
We are here for a few days sans Airstream to enjoy our respective passions. For Scott, Durango is an attractive side trip as it’s less than two hours’ drive from the famed San Juan River and some of the best fly-fishing in the world. I am happy to be back in the land of decent wifi, Starbucks, a great bookstore (Maria’s Bookshop) and possibly a yarn store or two. Time for true confessions: I am most happy about the fact that I’ll be able to enjoy a nice, hot tub and shave my legs in a space larger than a phone booth.Read More
Hi all – checking in with you from Creede, a tightknit community of about 400 people located near the headwaters of the Rio Grande River in south-central Colorado. At an altitude of nearly 9,000 feet, we are feeling no pain weather-wise. In fact, it got downright cold last night, and we giggled like schoolchildren as we pulled on fleece jackets and cozy slippers to eat dinner.Read More
If, like me, you used Google Reader to keep up with posts on your favorite blogs, you may be searching for an alternative as Google retired this solution on July 1.
I did a fair bit of research on similar tools and decided to use Bloglovin.
Bottom line: It works as it should:
- It allows one to access all subscriptions in one tidy place.
- It is free and easy to sign up, either through Facebook or an email account
- It is user friendly and you can organize favorite blogs with categories you create, and
- It has a clean, streamlined design, allowing the content to shine.
If you’d like to follow this blog using Bloglovin, click here or on the button on the right under “Subscribe.” You can sign up, choose to follow and see all my posts – and those of other blogs you choose to follow – on your Bloglovin home page.
If you get stuck and need help, let me know!Read More
I love the Fourth of July, and I’m not sure there’s a better place to celebrate this holiday than Colorado Springs. Evidence of patriotism is everywhere – from the magnificent grounds of the U.S. Air Force Academy, to the many flags, banners and bunting draped on houses, landscape and yes, even RVs in the park in which we are staying.Read More