We are making owls. The littles are very interested. Progress is slow. 🙂
Another day trip for the books that happened at least three weeks ago. These weeks are just flying by so fast, and before I know it, a month has gone by. I have to get better at documenting just for my sake and my kids sake. I do so hope they will be able to go back and see all these posts some day when they grow up.
So, a while ago, we decided to take a Sunday drive up to the Grand Mesa to enjoy the scenery and the turning of the leaves. It’s not that you can’t see leaves turning down here in town, it’s that when you’re up there, they are spread out before you in all their glory. Like a sumptuous meal of color!
My pictures, of course, are not going to do the view justice. I have been iPhone-ing it on a regular basis, and while the pictures it takes are far superior to the early model digital cameras and even some newer ones, it doesn’t outstrip one of our pro-grade Canons, or your eyes, for that matter. 😉
As you can see, I was not the only one iPhone-ing it. And I must say, I love bridges. Maybe it’s that they give you the ability to get to places you otherwise wouldn’t be able to, I’m not sure, but I just think they are fun.
At the start of the trail. However, I feel the need to point out, we did not walk that many miles. Maybe 1 or 1.5 at the most. We had whiney girls very soon into our walk, which tells me that we need to go more often, so they build a little more stamina.
Even thought fall leaves me a bit melancholy because it’s heralding winter, it’s one of the best and most beautiful times of the year!