In brief, these posts serve to introduce new readers — and reintroduce regular readers — to photos from the early days of this blog and, occasionally, to photos from days before this blog came into existence.
Although Colorado has amazing scenery, Utah gives it more than a run for the money. .
Today, I review a trip we took in 2006 that included Mesa Verde National Monument, Utah’s Arches National Park, back to Colorado’s National Monument, through Independence Pass, and back home.
Note: some are shared as large files so that interested readers can click and zoom in. Be patient since I don’t know how fast they‘ll load.
In the middle of 2006, I was still recuperating from 26 years of automotive-related work (I rejoined the workforce in September of that year), but Melisa had a part-time job at Williams-Sonoma. Because of her odd hours and erratic work schedule, we didn’t have many travel opportunities.
But then she had a break on her schedule . . . a whole weekend off.