Clouds from both sides

The mountains are so much more than glorious peaks and serene valleys. And the clouds that play among them are so much more than colorful sunsets. Above, at the Beaver […]

Keeping an eye on eaglets

Update, April 12: Observers have reported that there is actually only one eaglet in the nest and that it is increasingly unlikely the second egg will hatch. I’ve been lax […]

A mother’s work is never done

This video has been widely circulated and you may already have seen it. Still, it’s cute as the dickens, isn’t it? (Yeah, we said that back when I was growing […]

Solace in stone

Rock balancing artist Michael Grab (aka “Gravity Glue”) lives in Boulder, Colo. He built these ten balanced rock towers last week as a memorial to the ten victims of the […]

A meaningful gesture by the Boulder PD

  When Boulder police officers arrived at a local hospital to officially take the King Soopers shooting suspect into custody, they used fallen Officer Eric Talley’s handcuffs. And they made […]

Rest in Peace

Remembering the ten victims of yesterday’s shooting at King Soopers in Boulder, Colorado: Denny Strong, 20 Neven Stanisic, 23 Rikki Olds, 25 Tralona Bartkowiak, 49 Teri Leiker, 51 Officer Eric […]

There’s a live webcam at Red Rocks

Thanks to a mention by new reader dunelight, I have another live webcam to add to my collection — famed Red Rocks Amphitheater in the foothills near Denver. People come […]

Time is a thief

For the last year I’ve been telling myself that I’m lucky compared to so many other people. There’s been no cruel Covid death in the family. No overwhelming loneliness because […]