Tuesday, August 5, 2014

Colorado Part 1

We went to Colorado on Thursday for a week and I took lots(tons) of pictures so please bare with me.  'Bare With Me' should've been the name for my blog;)  I'm going to be posting the pictures of each day's events.

 We had to wake up at 5:00 am.  Let's just say that I don't adjust early...well, if I have to I can, but most of the time I wake up early I don't want to adjust.

 Here's a funny story.  We leave the house and have to stop for a bathroom break five minutes after leaving and only a block away=D  haha!

I was so happy that our cousins got to join us on this trip.  It's funny 'cause both of our families were planning on going to Colorado for a family vacation separately and then we figured out that the other family was going also.  And then we found out that our condos were only a block away from each others.  God planned that out perfectly!

 The sun on the fog was so gorgeous that morning


 One does not simply 'not' eat nutela whilst traveling;)

 a storm headed our way

 we drove through a tumble weed storm.  It was an interesting experience.

 "I want to see mountains again, Gandalf!  Mountains!" -Old Bilbo

 I loved the cliffs that hung over the roads

 gorgeous scenery!

 did I mention I liked the cliffs? ;)

 Our home/condo where we stayed was by a lovely, dazzling stream

 a quaint little walk way


Part 2 will be coming soon:)


  1. Such gorgeous scenes that our Heavenly Father has created! <3 Your funny story made me smile and like the nutella quote. ;) And how awesome that you were able to meet up w/your cousins - yay for fun cousin adventures like that. :) Excited for Part 2!

  2. Ah 'n' oh! Sooo beautiful.
    Mountains! I love mountains...some how they'll always be a part of me and always be special. I'm not all the way sure why, but it's true! And you though in the Bilbo quote. I have to love it!
    That picture of the storm cloud approaching is breathtaking. (Along with all the other ones, of course.)
    From the looks of part one of these posts, it looks really exciting! The scenery is amazing (it's as if I'm using all the adjectives like that).
    This comment is long in a moderate way. :)
    ~ S. F.

  3. Great pictures, Sarah! I liked reading your point of view of our trip too. Excited for your next post!! :D