Travel Blogs from Pagosa Springs
... that Georgia O'Keeffe lived at Ghost Ranch for many years but little else. I decided to stop in.
Ghost Ranch is now an education and retreat center run by the Presbyterian Church. They also have Georgia O'Keeffe Landscape Tours so I signed up for one. I then went to their Museum of Anthropology and Museum of ...
... love with the area, too. They have been steadfast about this dream. They bought the land years ago, started to look for plans for the house, started to learn about local contractors – all YEARS before they had a definite date. It’s all been about moving toward the goal. Over the years, there have been some events that pushed the date back, other events that moved it forward, but the goal was shared and constant. And now ...
... bent every which way. I said to Tom that Sheeba got out and he thought I was kidding. As we slowly exited the truck and walked to the front is was as we feared...the front blinds were bent up, too. We slowly opened the door not knowing what else to expect. Sheeba greeted us with licks, body and tail wags. She knew she had done wrong and wriggled more than I have ever seen her. Yes, we were not happy, but know that she ...
We concluded with a champagne toast to the balloonist's prayer:
The winds have welcomed you with softness
The sun has blessed you with it’s warm rays
You have flown so high and so well
That God has joined you in laughter
And set you gently back again
Into the loving arms of Mother Earth
And that is a perfect ending to a perfect ...
... crust to feed the many chipmunks, so cute....), Olivia did one last ride while I 'relaxed' (laid by the pool as I didn't think my legs could hold onto a horse any more; I was done!). Our final dinner and hummingbird watching (there were about 50 and would sit on your hands next to the feeders; amazing). Then back to the cabins for packing for tomorrow's departure.