Living, working and creating fiber art on a fiber animal ranch in the Rocky Mountains of Colorado
Colorado is one state we did not visit in our travels.Bummer.
sure is pretty
I'm gonna just have to live vicariously through you. :) It is lovely there.
Pricilla: So sorry you missed it! So many beautiful places here. I love it!Ann: Yes, it certainly is!Lin: I'll post more pics from that vacation trip. It was our last hurrah before Jackie graduated. We went to Mesa Verde, too, so I'll post pics of that as well.
I've never been west of Kansas. But I hope that "my ship will come in" one day before I become too feeble to travel. It would be fun to take a trip and see some of this amazing country. Even more, I would really like to stop by and visit Split Rock Ranch one day. Right now, it doesn't seem very likely... Lots of bills, debts and practical problems that are too boring to blog about.But somehow, I'll figure out a way. Please stay healthy, it may take a couple of years!(I know I have said this before) in the mean time, I've got to help Elisabet learn to knit. Yes, she wants to learn how to knit!!Hugs,Anna
Wow - what a beautiful place! Thanks for sharing the pictures.
Looks a lot like where I live...foothills of Rocky Mtns, Alberta!
We were in that same area about that same time. We spent a week in Ouray and did a lot of off-roading...beautiful area!
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