And the Colorado rocky mountain high
I’ve seen it rainin’ fire in the sky
You can talk to God and listen to the casual reply
Rocky mountain high
(John Denver, “Rocky Mountain High”)

Well, we’ve spent 6 awesome weeks in Colorado and it’s just about time to come down off the mountain and head to the north. We’ve been quite smitten by the place and gotten well into the groove of mountain living.

We’ve experienced it all, from good ‘ol beer in Golden, to the frozen guy in Nederlands, to the top of the peaks on Mount Evans, and a few sore tushies in Grand Lake. It’s felt comfortable and homely, like slipping on an old glove, and we’ve absolutely revelled in it. But before we sprout tails and morph into the local wildlife, we’ll pull ourselves together for a quick Au Revoir and leave you with a few last impressions from our fabulous time here. As John Denver so aptly put it, there’s something altogether spiritual about the place.

The Colorado river winds through River Trail Open Space

The bridge on River Trail

The Blue Columbine. The Colorado State flower.

The mountains in all their glory

Cascade Falls in Rocky Mountain National Park

Water and pine combine to the divine

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3 Responses to Coming Down The Mountain – Au Revior to the Rockies

  1. Lynne says:

    Beautiful pics!

  2. […] year we spent six weeks right in the heart of the Rockies. This year we’ll be spending a month or so exploring the southern and southeast reaches of […]

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