I braved the pandemic, the drive, and the inaccessibility to food, to visit Colorado in June 2020. While most of the world quarantined, I adventured. One trip led me to the beautiful Zapata Falls located in Mosca, Colorado.
I’m a midwest gal, and there’s nothing quite as cozy as cuddling up in a dark, cool basement. I have fond and not so fond memories of family movie nights, tornado “parties” while twisters plowed our street and hours of pool table play. And then I moved to Texas. You might be asking as I did; where are the basements??
Frisco, Texas. This bustling metropolitan north of Dallas is one of the fastest-growing cities in the country, bursting at the seams with opportunity, and entertainment is no exception.
Y’all, check out these five unique places to visit in Frisco.
A move to a new city is an exciting chance for a fresh start! However, moving is hard, and making friends can be difficult. Here are five personally-tested ways to make friends after a big move.
Graffiti-tagged houses obscurely hang on the side of a mountain on the bend of a scenic Colorado highway. The abandoned homes full of broken windows, crumbling walls, and rusting vehicles are locked behind metal fences and barb wire gates. Signs warn to KEEP OUT and RISK OF INJURY OR DEATH, but judging by the vandalization not everyone has kept out.
I normally wake up at 6:00 am, sans alarm, tweet-tweet. This particular morning it was 5:00 am because I was about to cross an item off of my bucket list. Our Stay at Hotel Colorado A web search revealed a non-commercialized hot springs a… Continue Reading “Natural Hot Springs in Glenwood Springs, Colorado”
I once lived on a ranch at the foothills of the Rocky Mountains. Cowgirl Erin, teen addition. A beautiful, rural homestead in Laporte, Colorado, a town settled in 1828 on the Northern Front Range and on the banks of the Cache La Poudre River.… Continue Reading “Home on the Range: Laporte, Colorado”
The mountains called my name and I merrily answered.
I blame Cincinnati. The “Nasty Nati” that’s not that nasty. The hilly city on the Ohio River banks is chock full of live music, colored with artistic flair, and proud to be home to over 50 breweries. It’s easy to become a craft beer… Continue Reading “I’d Tap That”