that the Timbers Club in Snowmass Village still holds the record for the fastest sell-out from 2002-2004 and maintains a robust resale record? Learn more about the Timbers Club and the benefits of private residence clubs: #LinkInBio
‘Your hiking schedule exhausts me & I’m not even there!’
- favorite Grammy quotes 😆❤️
One & done spiced rum barrel aged whole bean coffee - One Hit Wonder
I can't think of the words to describe the feeling of waking up and opening the back hatch of my car to sunrise views like this. I'm so ready for more of these mornings ☀️
When do hills become mountains?
I'm a sucker for facts and factoids so these type of questions (and the answers to them) always interest me.
Goodbye winter. You were one of the best, right to the end!
I believe in all the good things coming ✨
summer is right around the corner 🌞
National Park Week day 5: Rocky Mountain NP
“Why do you do this? What’s the purpose?” They asked.
“I just want to see things” I responded. They laughed. Asked again. “That can’t be it. What’s the real purpose? The motivation?” Again, I said, “I want to see things”
This is one conversation of many similar. When others just can’t believe there isn’t some greater philosophical purpose or plan behind this quest. That I must be running from something or dealing with some trauma.
I just want to see things. And if you’ve read some of these captions, you know that the deeper, philosophical stuff may be a result. But it’s not why I do it. Not why I spend all my free time and money in these places.
I just want to see things. Really see them. Take time to look at them. Study them. The nuances. The light. The changing landscapes. How lucky I am to see these things.
When you’re young, you pay a lot of attention to how you’re described. I remember being labeled observant a lot. I took pride in that. I still do.
I see things. Because I look for them.
Low and slow yesterday before the sun burned off the clouds. Perfect morning!
Walking into the light this morning and feeling so profoundly happy...
! I was trying to pick a favorite park this morning and finally gave up 🤪 Growing up with #RMNP
practically in my backyard, and the fact that there’s no shortage of sightings like this, definitely moves this place to the top of my list 🏔 what’s your favorite park or trail?? Help yo girl add to her summer hiking list 😉
I have a bad habit of not taking up the drone when I’m out and about, I really don’t know why, but I’m working on it lol.
Maybe it’s the abundant and pressing regulations that peak my anxiety or maybe even just the annoyance of what seems to be the regular 15-30 minute firmware update every time I start the thing up. Either way, I need to push through it because it’s a whole new world and view up in that sky. One that’s definitely worth capturing! Here’s a sunrise shot I snagged With my @djiglobal
Mavic 2 Pro, near Alamosa, CO.
I walk around like everything is fine... But deep down inside, my sock is sliding off.
Although I deeply love oceans, deserts, and other wild landscapes; it is only mountains that beckon me with that sort of painful, magnetic pull to walk deeper and deeper into their beauty ❅
Chuck and Albert getting their daily exercise. Turn on audio to find out their favorite style of music!
Have you ever seen the Chalk Cliffs near #MountPrinceton
? 🏔️We love this description of the cliffs from @OutThereColorado
: "The Chalk Cliffs are an iconic historic landmark in the Collegiate Range that borders the Arkansas Valley to the west. The cliffs are at the entrance to Chalk Creek Canyon on the southeast side of Mount Princeton and are visible from the valley. These striking white cliffs on Mount Princeton are made not of chalk but of kaolinite, a soft rock produced by hot springs percolating through cracks in the mountain. The mountain from which the cliffs are carved out of was originally named Chalk Mountain by George M. Wheeler during his surveying and mapping expedition of the Colorado Territory in 1871 but was renamed Mount Princeton to fit the Ivy League School names for the rest of the Collegiate Range shortly thereafter. There are gorgeous views of the chalk cliffs at many locations throughout the Arkansas Valley, but the Chalk Cliffs Wayside Overlook provides a spectacular vista. Informative signs detail the geology and the history of the area and these cliffs. The overlook is on Highway 285 between Nathrop and Poncha Springs, about four miles south of Nathrop or about 12 miles north of Poncha Springs on the west side of the road." 🙌 Next time you're near Buena Vista & Salida, make sure you check out these amazing sights! #NowTHISIsColorado
Honestly have been missing Colorado soooo much lately.
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