Posts Tagged ‘autumn’
Everyday I walk the kids to (or from) school. I walk by these trees with their bark eyes. Are they following me…
Because it was so dry this summer the Aspens are turning earlier than usual. Maybe I will drag the kids (kicking and screaming) up the mountain after church on Sunday. Or, maybe I will trek up on my own next week… It’s not as fun going alone.
Have I told you lately that I love you?
It’s the crisp air, the colors of the leaves, the pumpkin patch, the color orange, layers and sweaters; and it’s finally being able to dig out my favorite pair(s) of boots in the back of the closet. It’s chili in the crock pot and fresh-made bread. And, living in Colorado, it means ASPEN HUNTING.
It’s the time of year that we plan (the best we can) the route to the high country to maximize our chance for viewing Nature’s brilliant show of color.
Destination: Guanella Pass in Arapaho National Forest, just west of Georgetown.
More photos and story after the jump…HERE.
He who wonders discovers that this in itself is a wonder. M. C. Escher