It is known as one of the most photographed places in Colorado. The day we were there, we were joined by several other curious onlookers, a handful of construction workers intent on maintaining the integrity of this 1892 powerhouse, and a grey hoodie. Apparently, one of the workers arrived early that chilly morning donned in … More Throwback Thursday – Crystal Mill
Life couldn’t have gotten much better on that lazy September morning at the Cossatot River. The options for amusement were limited, a reality in small town Arkansas. But a lack of bells, whistles, lights and glitter does not constitute a lackluster visit, especially when the fish are biting!
Though not necessary, sometimes a Sunday drive can prove to be very fruitful, an occasion to once again strike a line through an Arkansas Bucket List Item. One such drive occurred a few weeks ago, as we decided to forego sleeping in and head 135 miles southwest of Russellville to the Cossatot River State Park … More Cossatot River State Park – Natural Area
I’m thankful, so thankful For small gifts that come my way Encouraging me to live In the moment, in today. Like a radiant smile Or words of affirmation A great story imparting wisdom An uplifting conversation. I’m thankful, so thankful For abundant beauty, inside and out Reveling in its many forms Is what life is all about. … More Happy Thanksgiving!
The only rock I know that stays steady, the only institution I know that works, is the family. – Lee Iacocca
To dance is to be out of yourself. Larger, more beautiful, more powerful. This is power, it is glory on earth and it is yours for the taking. -Agnes de Mille
Kurt and I have been reminiscing about the Boxley Valley Elk, and our trip to see them one chilly afternoon a few years ago. They were gathered in an open field with no fencing. That being the case, we were able to cautiously approach them in order get a closer look. I’m not sure the bulls enjoyed … More Throwback Thursday – Boxley Valley Elk