Tag: Glenwood Springs
August 31, 2023
I had driven east-to-west through Vail many times on Interstate 70 between Denver and Grand Junction. Have stayed just to the west of Vail in Glenwood Springs, where a famous large hot springs pool sits right next to an Olympic-sized swimming pool. One summer, we ran the Colorado River that goes through Glenwood Springs, in … More “Vail, Colorado in summer is also an eye-opening experience.”
November 28, 2020
Rivers have what man most respects and longs for in his own life and thought – a capacity for renewal and replenishment, continual energy, creativity, cleansing. [J. Kauffman]
This partly explains what I love about waterfalls. To sit and watch the water flowing steadily before breaking up and plunging into a turbulent pool. And the … More “Waterfalls I have seen and admired”
September 20, 2018
WHATS IN THIS BLOG: • My niece and husband came from Australia. • Golden aspens and blue skies. • Crater lake carved out by a glacier. • Iron Mountain Hot Springs.
MY NIECE CAME TO VISIT FROM AUSTRALIA and to see the Maroon mystery. Alyse and her husband, Sam, visited LA, San Fran, and Las … More “Hiking toward Heaven: Maroon Mystery”
July 22, 2013
Although I have lived in the southwest USA for seven years, I was surprised and spiritually refreshed by some encounters on a recent driving tour with family members.
First of all, at Hanging Lake, close to Glenwood Springs west of Denver, the parking lot was full. We circled the lot a couple times waiting and … More “Treasures of the Southwest: Part 1”