Ever near, though far away
September 7, 2023
One of the advantages of growing up along the Front Range was the opportunity to experience varied climates, elevations and biomes within a relatively short distance. One could be at the top of Trail Ridge Road and home again on the plains that same evening. If one was observant enough upon their return near dusk, the headlights of cars coming around Rainbow Curve in Rocky Mountain National Park could be seen some three hours of driving time away. The sights and smells and chill air remained alive and present until the next day trip to the mountains.
Such memories are critical reminders...