Silverton is the ultimate Colorado mining town. There’s a whimsical main street lined with colorful Victorian buildings, lofty snow capped peaks in every direction, a historic steam train that rumbles into town several times a day, and slews of old crumbling mines perched on hillsides. Basically it’s … Continued
Our third and final week in the Durango area has come to an end. We originally only intended to spend one week here, so it was nice to have the extra time. Between the two weeks we spent in the … Continued
Hiking high in the mountains/ Wildflowers & Mountains/ Found some snow!/ Our first rain storm in months/ The trees were happy/ It’s not a proper parade without the Shriners/ This dude was a crowd favorite/ We caught a free Brett … Continued
A great way to store spices within reach. Each aluminum container has a magnetic back, a see through lid, and a twist top with sprinkle or pour options. Comes with a magnetic metal strip to hold the spices in place.
Fireworks & Flags I’ve always appreciated a good small town 4th of July celebration. Maybe because I grew up in a small town. Last year we spent the 4th in Leadville, CO where we enjoyed the parade, a free BBQ at … Continued
This weekend we reluctantly packed up and said goodbye to one of our favorite boondocking spots. It’s always hard to leave when you find a place this wonderful- especially when it’s free- but our two weeks were up and our black … Continued
We’re still here in our super boondocking spot near/not so near Durango. Not much to report this week. No hikes, bike rides, or grand adventures. Just us hanging out, working, and watching the World Cup in Spanish (Telemundo is our … Continued