A Good Morning in Retirement October 8, 2015October 15, 2016 / Laura Lee Carter Honestly, I cannot believe what a shutter-bug I have become since moving away from the city! First thing I noticed this morning, as soon as I woke up, was the beautiful sunrise to the east of our home. We can thank the fires out west for the brilliant red hue, but this truly is a beauty! Then I took a walk down below our home through a Pinyon-Juniper forest. Below is a large horse ranch. Those horses have no idea how good they have it! Or maybe they do…. Looking back up the hill I got a great view of our new home. Did you notice the wires running above the roof? That’s our new lightning protection system. Can’t be too careful up here! Did you notice the snow up on the West Spanish Peak? Yesterday we had our first good snow storm up on the Sangre de Cristos… And when the clouds cleared, we saw this! How did I end up here, feeling so fortunate? It’s a long story, one I can now share with you in my new memoir! and please follow us on TWITTER! Share this:TwitterFacebookLike this:Like Loading...
3 thoughts on “A Good Morning in Retirement”
Cheers to retirement! I know how it feels to come home to my very own bed and breakfast, and these are wonderful views to wake up to each morning.
Simply stunning! I’d be a shutter bug too. You live in a beautiful spot!
Beautiful, thanks for sharing!