Colorado, An Adopted State

Colorado is our adopted State.  Whilst two of our kids were born in California, and we’ve lived in Texas, Colorado is where we choose to be. In the Rocky Mountains, 100 miles west of Denver, lies the small historic town of Breckenridge at nearly 10,000ft.  High enough to take what little breath you have away, and not just because of the altitude.

Over the holidays we skied the four peaks on the Ten Mile Range in Breck throughout the days and nights. Truly, even Christmas Day and by floodlights at night at Keystone.  We continued our tradition with the 2nd Annual Treck-to-Breck, enjoyed tubing alongside Dillon Lake, and took a horse drawn sleigh ride with good friends on New Year’s Eve.  The weather was perfect, the snow was nearly-good, and the sky really was blue.

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3 Responses to Colorado, An Adopted State

  1. Kari says:

    the views would take my breath away Debra! Sounds like you had a wonderful time.
    I hope you are fully recovered soon and running.
    hugs.

    • Hi there, took a look at your story on your blog and it looks great, please keep me updated when you write again. It’s lovely to hear what you think about living here and all the experiences the country has to offer.

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