Kim was out raking and quickly found she wasn’t getting much done. Apparently, a pile of leaves means playtime to some! She decided to take a few pictures of the action. They were just too cute to pass up. The girls took turns throwing leaves on each other for a photo op. I think they turned out pretty great.
Its been a late arrival for winter in Leadville this year. So we knew we were smart to get one last snow free visit in down at Turquoise Lake. The next time we return, its likely to be frozen over. Winter is coming! Reagan said it was cold and wasn’t happy at all.
Back at the cabin, one of the spots the kids had never visited was the Leadville Fish Hatchery. Established in 1889, is the second oldest Federally operated fish hatchery in existence today. Located on 3,072 acres near the city of Leadville, the hatchery’s subalpine forest surroundings with its cold, clean water supply and nearby source of native cutthroat trout populations … Read More
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