Colorado National Monument

Colorado National Monument

When we decided to spend four months in Colorado our intention was to visit as much of the state as possible. We knew as we moved around this fairly large state the scenery and vegetation would vary depending on our … Continued

James M. Robb state park

Colorado River State Park

While it was awfully tempting to stay in lovely Utah for some more exploring, we already had a reservation back in Colorado at a state park for the upcoming week, so back to Colorado we went. This week we’re on the … Continued

Dinosaur National Monument

One day in Utah – Dinosaur National Monument

Just when it seems like we have found the most perfect, most gorgeous, most relaxing spot, someone has to come along and ruin it. Or rather several someones. Several small, furry, poop dropping, wire chewing, disgusting little…mice. Unfortunately, mice invading the … Continued


Food Storage Containers

These airtight food storage containers keep food fresh and my pantry organized. Their cube shape is perfect for stacking, the lids are tight, and the plastic is durable even when they tumble on the floor. They come as a set of three different sizes, or you can buy them individually.


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This Week in an Instagram / August 17-23

At the top of the world at Rabbit Ears Pass/ Grilling with a view/ Another Colorado rainbow/ A burst of light at the end of the day/ Loving our own mountain top spot/ Bedroom window view/ A night of stealth … Continued

Rabbit Ear's Pass

At the Top of the World on Rabbit Ears Pass

This week we’re boondocking near Steamboat Springs at the top of Rabbit Ears Pass. Since this is our first visit to the area I did a ton of research before we arrived on our options for places to stay. Initially I was … Continued

Bear Creek Lake Park

Bear Creek Lake Park

After spending the last six weeks exploring the mountains, we reluctantly left the majestic peaks behind and headed down, down, down. All the way down to the outskirts of Denver. The first thing we noticed upon descending nearly 5,000 feet was a blast … Continued