Even though I live in Colorado and have visited mountains often, I am always taken by the beauty of it all.
Larr and I spent a few days up in Blue River, near Breckenridge, exploring the near by mountain passes and relaxing.
We took the scenic route up to the place we were staying at. On the west side of Loveland Pass, we found this lovely place:
Then we made our to the sweet little A-Frame house in Blue River that we rented through Airbnb.
On Tuesday we went over Hoosier Pass, down into Fairplay, Como and so on:
We spent a quiet evening in the cabin watching "Best in Show" and "Atlas Shrugged III."
Today we took the long route home, going over Boreas Pass. I am pretty sure that it is my favorite pass. Here are a few reasons why I feel that way:
We took other back roads getting home, including stopping at the bison park near Genesee.
School starts up in a short while, so I find my thinking drifting back towards teaching related topics. I have a few books on hold at the library that will help me reframe some of the topics I want to focus on. I still have some time to play.