Monthly Archives: May 2016

Mountain Living 

Its nice to be about one hour drive away from places like this. With all types of other things happening in life we can’t go there every weekend, but when we do manage, it never disappoints. Views are spectacular.

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Trail Ridge Road

Trail Ridge Road or HW34 is part of Rocky Mountain National Park that connects Estes Park with Grand Lake during summer months. It opens on Memorial weekend and closes sometimes in early fall after it get covered with snow. Since … Continue reading

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High Altitude Performance 

At 5400 feet altitude plus five chairs, this guy was working hard and attracted large crowd. This spot on Perl street is always busy with street performers, especially on weekends.

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Foothills Trail

I’m back in Colorado. Yesterday doing yard work in North Carolina. Today some outdoor fun here in Boulder. Went for Sunday hike this morning. We didn’t do this one yet and decided to check it out. The nice thing about … Continue reading

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Extra Peaches

We have two peach trees at our house in NC and this year they got loaded with them, thousands, so many that all branches were down to the ground and one tree started tilting as well. So unfortunately to the … Continue reading

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Night Light

Walked the streets tonight and at Spruce and 14th saw the light up at this church tower with interesting shadows, all I had is my phone with me but I  think it came out allright.

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Boulder Rock Club

My friend Marco son had competition at the Boulder Rock Club today and I popped in to see him and other youngsters climb the wall. Not the easiest sport, and most of them did not make all the way up. … Continue reading

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