Tag: hiking

Be kind in what you do…

Hoodoos

… β€œbecause the Hoodoo know the voodoo that you do!” ~ B. Taylor A last minute trip took us to Moab, UT. Didn’t camp this time, like we normally do when visiting the area. Our camper is parked and winterized for the season, but… Continue Reading “Be kind in what you do…”

I ran away to the woods!

Living in Colorado, we are lucky to be able to “run away” for higher ground often. That was the case this past weekend. On a recommendation of friend, we added a hike to the outing. Note to self: when receiving recommendations on a new… Continue Reading “I ran away to the woods!”

The best memories are made camping!

Stagecoach

The mountains are calling! June is upon us. It’s one of the best months in northern Colorado to enjoy the great outdoors (my opinion, anyway!). With all the chores done at home, we are heading to the high country. Most weekends we are hiding… Continue Reading “The best memories are made camping!”

“Without new experiences something inside us sleep. The sleeper must awaken.”

Tent Rocks

Our first trip of 2018 was this past weekend. We finally left our little valley for some fun in the sun. Our destination… Santa Fe, New Mexico. As with most trips taken before June in the Rockies, there is a high probability you will… Continue Reading ““Without new experiences something inside us sleep. The sleeper must awaken.””

“Wilderness is not a luxury but a necessity of the human spirit, and as vital to our lives as water and good bread”, and wine…good wine!

Fisher Towers

No matter how many times you visit Moab, UT and the surrounding areas, you never get bored with the place. There is no better location to get lost and recharge the “batteries”. This trip was a last minute, spur of the moment kind of… Continue Reading ““Wilderness is not a luxury but a necessity of the human spirit, and as vital to our lives as water and good bread”, and wine…good wine!”