Boondocking Canyonlands

Boondocking Canyonlands

Canyonlands sounds like the name of a playground (…or perhaps the name of a board game with enchanted walkways and gumdrop-studded canyons) – and its subsections, even more so. Island in the Sky?! Yes, please. Although there were no gumdrop-studded canyons to be...
Locked and Sanded in Moab

Locked and Sanded in Moab

Those quaint little Colorado ski towns get wicked cold at night in October, and after I woke up teeth chattering and with horrendous ear pain in 21 degrees in Breckenridge for the second morning in a row, it suddenly occurred to me that I could do something about it –...
Staying Low in the Rockies

Staying Low in the Rockies

Colorado was a fun state because it involved lots of extraordinary people, in addition to perfect fall weather, snowstorms, miles and miles of Rocky Mountain hiking, and building the first snowman of the season. I have quite a few relatives scattered throughout the...