Tag Archives: Indian Peaks Wilderness

Happy birthday to me: Let’s sparkle

Another birthday is on the horizon and I’m reflecting on the past year and making promises to myself for the next. Balking at another year older is not my style because what’s the point? Everyone and everything on the planet … Continue reading

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The gift of being unprepared

I am not a prepared traveler. I don’t read every guidebook or make dinner reservations in advance or even pay too much attention to those that have been where I am going. It’s not that I’m lazy or foolish, it’s … Continue reading

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Conquering the curves of Colorado

Downshift into third, yeah, no brakes needed to slow me down, whoops here comes another curve and I need to slow down, downshift into second. There is a rock in the road on the southbound side; glad I’m not on … Continue reading

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Time traveling in Colorado

Yesterday I saw my brother running on top of a snowfield in the Indian Peaks Wilderness, northwest of Boulder. His smile was broad and his towheaded little body was made up of awkward angles, a trademark of many young boys … Continue reading

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