down the flooded memory lane

last week i drove from olympia to colorado. i needed to go back and see it all for myself. i was nervous as i drove into town and down 34. there were road blocks, but i drove around them, heading into the path of destruction. it hit me like a ton of bricks, seeing theContinue reading “down the flooded memory lane”

colorado flooding: goodbye you sweet little cabin

last night i was told that my cabin on the river is gone, wiped out by the colorado flood. my neighbor said there is nothing there to even see anymore. my neighbors have lost everything. the neighborhood i have shared for months here on the blog is under water. the owner of the ranch hasContinue reading “colorado flooding: goodbye you sweet little cabin”

farewell:my colorado adventure

the past 9 months i have lived on one of the recommended scenic byways in colorado. a river flows through my backyard and i am surrounded by horses. i can walk onto the original dirt road to estes park and did almost daily. every time single time i have walked out my front door iContinue reading “farewell:my colorado adventure”

bounty of our earth

thank you for the kind comments from the previous post. i was surprised at the interest in my writing. frankly, i am more of a picture person vs. a reader…so, i guess i assumed what i wrote was the least important part. so, thank you for reading. with that said, let me go off onContinue reading “bounty of our earth”

daily gems: CO lately

  i have been meaning to do a colorado post. when i came back from LA, everything was green and blooming! i was ecstatic and have been since. it smells like home to me, like summer days growing up in indiana. then there is the mountain air and ┬áthat smell of a pine tree underContinue reading “daily gems: CO lately”