Francie's Cabin Near Breckenridge
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Travel Blogs from Breckenridge
... a good portion of our time with Dean, tied up on the phone.
Dean is an extraordinarily mellow guy who seemed to be the mayor of Beaver Creek with folks nodding hello as we sat on the patio. It was a pleasure catching up a bit after our last visit here in 1992. He and his family have been in Beaver Creek for 30 years. His daughters are grown and out on their own and his business has recovered from the recession but remains lean. He ...
... must have been incredibly challenging for them to keep a straight face and pretend like we were at the right place.
The service at The Arrabelle was second to none. From the moment we pulled up through our departure the following morning, everything was perfect.
Vail was a great destination that looked and felt like a European chalet town. Maeve enjoyed the hotel rooftop pool and the playground outside the ...
... beauty of it's land and proud people.
"Little Circles" by Stephen Laskey
Sit back in your chair, put your feet up in front of you and then move them in little circles. Now close your eyes and just imagine where that simple motion may take you.
My little circles have taken me to places of unimaginable wonder, to worlds of pure awe and uncontested beauty, and to the edges of mortality ...
... down the mountain before we reached our goal. Still, it was breathtaking. We walked through fields of wildflowers. We noticed a few camping spots near this remote lake....maybe an adventure for next time? I need to upload photos from my camera from today. Just trying to log a summary of the day for our vacation ...
... climbing, because there is a lot of scope to do these activities. Unlike people who hike here, hiking for me is a way of exploring nature and
not a way of keeping up body fitness. However, one has to be fit to hike most places in Colorado, which is why i was pretty surprised with myself when i managed to climb a 14er, Quandary Peak, my first.