I had an awesome week in Denver, I spent a lot of quiet time alone, it’s been quite a while since I’ve been able to do that. I did what I wanted to do when I wanted to do it. I took naps, several naps, as many as I felt like taking. I had no where to be, no one to report to, no agenda, and zero expectation. I allowed both my mind and body to rest.
At Red Rocks Amphitheater, there were very few people around besides myself. It was peaceful and humbling to find myself in such a beautiful place, and to have the Red Rocks all to myself for a few moments in time.
Scenery change, I drove through Boulder right up to the mountains in Nederland. As I wandered around in astonishment, I almost forgot to stop and take photos. For one, the view was inimitable. If it weren’t so chilly up in those mountains, I would have sat on the side of the road and gazed off in to the landscape all day long.
It seemed like for every minute I drove up the mountain, it got one degree colder. It was freezing up there… look at those icicles….
mountains on mountains on mountains on mountains. a picturesque view, wouldn’t you agree?