ideas are like oxygen: a journal by Carrie Vaughn
Not much travel, really. This is only an hour or so drive from where I live. Rocky Mountain National Park, off Trail Ridge Road. Nice, huh?
Absolutely gorgeous. No wonder you love it and Kitty thrills to run there I’m sure.
Now that makes me nostalgic. My first visit to Rocky Mountain National Park I was -4 months old. Every third year our whole family piled into a huge old Ford van and drove two days from Michigan to Colorado. Growing up I kept begging my parents to move to the mountains …. now they live in Nebraska LOL.
My wife and I went there for our honeymoon (we stayed in a bed and breafast in Allenspark). We singed up for a bike ride down Trail Ridge Road — before we acrtually drove it. Good thing, too, because I doubt we’d have signed up for it if we had driven it first…a little scary. But wow, was the bike ride fun.
RMNP is so pretty.
Gorgeous view. Also, not to go totally fanboi on you, but I just finished After the Golden Age. I want to cry now. It’s absolutely gorgeous, and I’m shocked if you don’t already have someone talking to you about movie rights.
Not to put too fine a point on it, you’re a genius, and that novel is Art.
Ahem. Apparently I did just fanboi.
The Rockies are gorgeous. I spent a month working up around Craig/Hayden one winter – I thought about moving back but the altitude kills me. (I went from Florida (what altitude) to where I was regularly going up or down roughly 1000 feet in altitude just between the hotel and work.) Fun times, and I never even got to do anything touristy. But gorgeous.
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