Life is too short to wake up with regrets. So love the people who treat you right. Forget about those who don't. Believe everything happens for a reason. If you get a chance, take it. If it changes your life, let it. Nobody said life would be easy, they just promised it would most likely be worth it."
― Harvey MacKay
Life is so much more...make it worth it.
The Best 11 Activities to Do During Boulder Winters
🔹 Walk along Pearl Street Mall. 🔹 Take a Stroll Down the Boulder Creek. 🔹 Go Snowshoeing or Cross Country Skiing 🔹 Go Sledding 🔹 Check a book out from the Boulder Library. 🔹 Go Skiing 🔹 Listen to a poetry reading at Innisfree Cafe. 🔹 Visit the Boulder Dushanbe Teahouse. 🔹 See a Planetarium Show. 🔹 Burger Madness at the Dark Horse. 🔹 See a Great Concert.
The Wild West, another place I have definitely roamed around in a past life 🏇 The remote area of Silverton, Ouray and Crested Butte high up in the Rocky Mountains is among my favorite places in Colorado. 150 years ago I was one of those cowboys (aka outlaws) riding from South Dakota to Wyoming, Colorado and Utah during the Gold Rush in the American West 👷♀️
The San Juan Mountains in Southwest Colorado are my favorite mountain chain in the state. They are strikingly beautiful even when divested of their forests due to gold mining. They are also very high (above 10,000ft) jagged, unforgiving, steep and brutal.
Life during the Gold Rush was difficult. And for the ones that thought that Dakota Territories were tough, a single winter in the San Juans would change their mind (or end their life) .
Yet I love this part of the state for its ruggedness and preserves beauty 🏔
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Our blog story on bike trailering Bella in her @burleydesign Tail Wagon is up on @backcountryk9 ...click the link in our profile to check it out!
If you are like us and your lifestyle depends on being active with your dog, then we highly recommend adding a low-impact activity into your outdoor repertoire in addition to weight-bearing activities you and your dog enjoy. SUPing and cycling are great ways to do this! Injuries and aging can impact any dog’s ability to get out for long periods of time. Bella’s Tail Wagon has been a lifesaver for our mental state this year while her shoulder injury continues to heal, and it has made us closer to our community.
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The weekend is here 🙌🏼...time to decompress, rest, travel, enjoy time with your peeps...all the things!
Hubs is leaving this weekend to travel to Tanzania for 2 1/2 weeks. Please pray and send good thoughts for me and my girls to stay SANE 😂 •
I DREAM about flying as a family across the world, and then I have haunting memories come up of my youngest screaming at the top of her lungs straight for 10 HOURS 😬...so yeah, I’m gonna wait until she is past her threenager stage 😂.
Oh, and don’t worry, hubs is bringing some fun goodies back from our artisans to our shop 😉 •
What are YOUR plans for the weekend? Or are your plans to have no plans? Tell me, tell me 🤗
The clock tower in downtown Denver off the 16th street mall. #denverafterdark Sage loves to walk around the streets so we took a short stroll to Larimer Square at see the lights and saw this on the way 🌃
I'm sure you've heard the phrase, "can't see the forest for the trees" -- the idea that we tend to focus on details, while missing the big picture. I've spent a lot of time thinking about this lately. Did you know that an aspen grove is actually the largest living organism in North America? That the clonal colonies have an assumed underground root system that is entirely interconnected? So there literally are no "trees", but instead a connected grove. The forest.
It's all connected. The little things and the big things. The big picture and the details. And sometimes I get so focused on the details that I forget that. I don't see the beautiful things around me. The forest.
It's gratitude that brings me back to the forest. Gratitude for the actual forest that I live in, for the big picture of my life. The things I am so lucky to be able to experience. The people I'm blessed to have in my life. The big stuff. The forest.
Because as humans it's in our nature to see the one negative thing. The one tree that is off. Our survival instincts need to see it -- but it doesn't have to live there. We can live in the big picture. The interconnected beauty. The forest.
Thanks to @dickssportinggoods for the perfect forest adventure gear.
I remember being absolutely amazed on this morning looking at these trees. Fingers and toes completely numb. While @aldeghaither tried to find a composition of Crystal Lake and the Red Mountains 🤣 getting up early was so worth it.
September 21, 2018
San Juan Mountains, Colorado
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