As the sun rises each day over the Spanish Peaks…
the birds gather out on our feeder to have a quick bird seed meal and a drink, if the water isn’t frozen.
Did you ever notice?
“The world is full of magical things, patiently waiting for our senses to grow sharper.” -YEATS
8 thoughts on “Life in the Colorado outback…”
I love that part of the country! Colorado is one of my favorite states and I’m dying to come back and explore it even more. I’ve been to Mesa Verde by way of Colorado Springs and on another trip we explored Denver. My next trip I want to go to Rocky Mountain National Park!
Good for you Rena. Just be sure to add in enough time to just relax and enjoy the silence. That is my favorite part of living in the country.
Laura, you are so in love with your life and it comes through in these photos. THANK YOU. I’m struggling with how our country might be, how the
beauty might be damaged. I am grateful for what we have now. Hugs, Beth
Thanks for coming by Beth. I do finally love my life and fear I won’t be here to enjoy it too much longer…
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We delivered cattle to Colorado on many, many occasions and attended the Denver stock shows nearly every year. Daddy loved it there! I feel like it’s my other home. So envious of this time in your life!
Your photos are stunning. Pinned one of them.
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