Take Me To The Mountains Part 2: Mixed Media Travel Journal
Back to Reality
Every time we visit the mountains, I fall in love with them all over again. We have mountains here in Pennsylvania but the mountains of Colorado are magnificent. I love that you can drive for miles and miles surrounded on all sides by mountains. Some are snow-capped, some barren and some covered by forest. And unlike Pennsylvania, there is no humidity and very few bugs. I don’t know about you but that’s a win win in my book. My hair is especially happy at the thought of no humidity. Hubby and I like it so much we think it would be the perfect place to frequent in retirement.
If you ever get the chance, Colorado is a state you should definitely take the time to visit. Some of our favorite places to visit in Colorado were the Cheyenne Mountain Zoo, Focus on the Family (Adventures in Odyssey’s Whit’s End), Maroon Bells, Aspen, Colorado, Air Force Academy, Garden of the Gods, and Pikes Peak.
Here is the rest of the pictures from our trip back in 2015.
Last week, I scheduled a post but didn’t get around to visiting your blogs due to our Colorado vacation. Thank you for those of you that visited anyway.
Today, I am joining in with the T ladies at Elizabeth and Bleubeard’s. My tea today is White Winter Chai (yes, those are pieces of white chocolate) from a little tea shop I visited in Colorado Springs. I really wanted to participate in a tea ceremony and eat some of the Dim Sum, but hubby doesn’t like tea. He was sweet enough to take me to the shop so I decided not to push my luck 😉 I purchased 3 flavors and a large cup of steaming tea. It was a wonderful afternoon spent with hubby as we drove through downtown Colorado Springs drinking our hot beverages.
Happy Tea Day,