Tag: Rocky Mountains

solstice display

Going Within on Solstice

As the beginning of the natural year, the winter solstice has been celebrated for thousands of years. Today, we will have a subdued celebration in our home. We had planned a day in nature, reveling in the winter air. We had planned a trip to Rocky Mountain National […]

Aspen Alley, Wyoming

Wyoming Respite

My husband and I recently took a long weekend and to camp in Wyoming. We live in a city and just wanted to go someplace more isolated and restive. As introverts, we crave quiet and, well, not people. Wyoming has beautiful scenery and pastoral countryside. Everyone has heard […]

tundra, Rocky Mountain National Park, peaks

Rocky Mountain Rescue Group #WATWB

  People are attracted to Colorado by its wild nature. Winter brings ski and avalanche hazards; warm months bring raging rivers, rock climbing, mountaineering, and wilderness hiking. It isn’t hard to get in over your head, accidentally a slip, threaten a bear, or make a mistake that turns […]

black-tailed prairie dogs

Last Stand on the Prairie

Prairie dogs have a language all their own. They’re not really dogs, they are really part of the marmot family, but they bark and yip like dogs, which is how they got their name. Sophisticated research has found their language to be quite complex, as you can learn […]

pinecones

Thoughts on Being Strong

When you are strong, you get things done. Through grit and determination, you meet goals that others said were impossible. (Yup, I started law school as a single mother of three, ended as a married mother of four. And I still passed the bar exam the first time.) […]

elk with harem, Rocky Mountain National Park

Rocky Mountain Interlude

I’ve been thinking a lot about some new concepts and ideas. I get bits and pieces here and there, and try to find the construct in which they all fit just right. Of course, I only do this when I’m not so busy there is no time for […]