Twin Lakes, Colorado

Introduction note: I am going to try pretty hard not to get lapped chronologically on my blog posts. I am currently in June of 2017… and it is currently June of 2018… so get ready for some PHOTOGRAPHS!

Before June 2017, I had been to Twin Lakes before, briefly. When I visited Kristen in May of 2015, we drove along 70 to Glenwood Springs and hiked Hanging Lake!!!(why haven’t I posted about this yet?)!!! The next day we went down to Aspen, and on our way back out of the mountains, we drove through Twin Lakes. But it was mainly that, we just drove through.
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Small Town Colorado: Nederland, CO

Hi! I have a section of this blog called Small Town Colorado. Even though I don’t live there anymore, I still want to share some of the small towns I came across. They really were one of my favorite parts about Colorado.

Every Colorado town kinda feels like a small town to me. While there are certainly some considerably populated areas, every region is typically surrounded by open lands, tons and tons of cows, and big skies. Which makes them all seem pretty tiny and cute and endearing. And of course, there are actual tiny towns around the state, and they are particularly cute and endearing.

This one is all about Nederland, Colorado. Nederland is tucked away just a few miles into the foothills – about 30 minutes into Boulder Canyon.

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Small Town Colorado: Buena Vista, CO

One of the parts of Colorado that I’m enjoying the most is how every town kinda feels like a small town.

While there are certainly some considerably populated areas – it’s not like I’m living in like, Wyoming – every region is typically surrounded by open lands, tons and tons of cows, and big skies. Which makes them all seem pretty tiny and cute and endearing. And of course, there are actual tiny towns around the state, and they are particularly cute and endearing. Continue reading “Small Town Colorado: Buena Vista, CO”

Small Town Colorado: Leadville, CO

One of the parts of Colorado that I’m enjoying the most is how every town kinda feels like a small town.

While there are certainly some considerably populated areas – it’s not like I’m living in like, Wyoming – every region is typically surrounded by open lands, tons and tons of cows, and big skies. Which makes them all seem pretty tiny and cute and endearing. And of course, there are actual tiny towns around the state, and they are particularly cute and endearing.

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