A Winter in the High Rockies

The High Rockies became home. We absolutely loved living in Summit County and are already feeling homesick for Breck.  It’s definitely been a winter I will never forget from witnessing some of the world’s best athletes, to knocking things off my bucket list left and right, to hands-down experiencing the best …

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Colorado: Part II

More Denver I love Denver…what an excellent city. I always knew I was supposed to like Denver, because it’s the cool thing to do. But I never really knew. It’s the only city that’s smack dab in the middle of the country where I could absolutely, positively live. It’s like a big-city-breath-of-fresh-air in the …

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Colorado: Part I

Home for the rest of the year! “A fine beer may be judged with only one sip, but it’s better to be thoroughly sure.” -Czech Proverb Fort Collins Our first Colorado stop was Fort Collins…where we did a whole lotta beer drinkin’. We love good beer. We love good beer so much. And …

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Grand Tetons & Jackson Hole

 Grand Teton National Park:  We got into our campground around 10PM on a Saturday. It was nothing but darkness and a thick blanket of stars. We fumbled our way around in the dark trying to get set up not knowing which way was was north or south. The lady that took …

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Yellowstone

Yellowstone, the first national park in the world. Home to one of the largest high-altitude lakes in North America. Acres upon acres of half of the world’s smoking and bubbling geothermal features. This place is gurgling, erupting, steaming, and sprawling. By sprawling, I mean 3,468.4 square miles of land, animal, and ecological …

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The Badlands of South Dakota

“When a man moves away from nature his heart becomes hard.” – Lakota Indian Proverb 18 days after leaving Richmond we officially made it to undisturbed nature and designated wilderness – 244,300 acres of it. It took until the day we left for the astonishment of our surroundings to wear …

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