Have you ever imagined living in another time? I know I have. Traveling makes it easy to visualize myself in another time and place. On my recent trip to Reno, I visited Virginia City. I was immediately transported back to the late 1800s, when this mining town was booming with activity. The main stretch of
Reno surprised me. It had never been on my radar. It’s only a two-hour flight from Denver, but I never once thought to go there A few weeks ago, I was given the opportunity to visit Reno. And I figured, ‘why not.’ I really didn’t know what to expect when I got there. I assumed
The end of the year is a time to reflect. I love looking back on all my adventures from the past year.
“Crested Butte is so far away.” That was always my excuse for not making the four and a half hour drive from Denver to this small mountain ski town. A couple weeks ago, I finally “sucked it up” and hit the road to “Colorado’s last great ski town.” I won’t lie, it was a long
Even though San Antonio has been on my travel list for a long time, the Alamo City far exceeded my expectations.
Most people travel to Colorado in the winter to enjoy the mountains. It makes sense. The mountains are the best place to enjoy skiing, snowboarding, snowshoeing, and many other outdoor winter activities. I get it. As a local, I’m up in the mountains a lot in the winter, enjoying the ski resorts as often as