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Heading out west!

The past few weeks have continued to prove exceptionally stressful & whirlwind-y. For the past week or so, I’ve been getting up in the 5 o’clock hour to get a head start to my day — there just  174 more words

Travel

Frontier Forts

Bent’s Old Fort, CO

Bent’s Old Fort is one of my favorite historical sites. It is in a pretty out-of-the-way place in Colorado but well worth the visit.  57 more words

ISOA

Quick Update

Here I am sitting in a cute little coffee shop in downtown Crested Butte, CO. with some lovely ladies, drinking coffee and writing. Last night we finally acquired everyone who will be attending the writing retreat, in a whirlwind of beauty, love and hugs all of a sudden we were a great big family, with some amazing and loving “elders” and bunch of wonderful and beautiful writers, I’ve made new friends and reconnected with old ones and there are still so many connections needing to be made. 117 more words

Marcel Marceau

Day 289 (October 17, 2014) – Denver, CO

Ok. I’m starting to think that Downtown Denver is just kinda weird. This is my third day here and I’ve seen some stuff! 55 more words

365 Project

Heating System: Repair or replace?

Despite the improved efficiency of most new furnaces, it’s generally more cost effective to repair a furnace than to replace it. However, if a key component such as the heat exchanger or control module fails, you’re probably better off replacing the furnace, especially if the unit is more than 15 years old (furnaces typically last an average of 15 to 18 years). 46 more words

Rocky Mountain National Park (RMNP)

Alice (Jane’s mama), Jane, Rainy and I departed west to Estes Park via Nederland on Saturday to see our closest National Park. With all great treks, a stop at the… 384 more words

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