So it’s the end of September already — how the heck did that happen? This summer, our first summer in Denver, has certainly had its ups and downs. Now, as the season fades away, we’re waiting for some guests to visit for about five days, and then I’ll be heading back to the east coast for all of October for my sister’s wedding and a couple other fun things.
In the meantime, here’s a quick look back at how we spent the hot summer months …
^^ Trying out a new brunch place (Tamayo) with some guacamole on the side.
^^ Early this summer we took Manny (our Matrix) for a spin through gorgeous Rocky Mountain National Park.
^^ Checking out the Foo Fighters at Fiddler’s Green.
^^ A few weeks ago a friend was in town, and she and her sister invited us to join them for the Tour de Fat bike parade in Fort Collins.
^^ Checking out Snooze for the first time …
^^ … also dinner at Table 6. P.S. Chris is totally up to something in this photo!
^^ Not the best photo, but this little bakery in Jackson Hole (Persephone Bakery) had some seriously amazing treats!
^^ Tailgating before our first concert at the Red Rocks — Counting Crows, baby!
^^ My blurry photo of Adam Duritz, lead singer for the Counting Crows. We wandered down along the side of the main seating after a couple songs and had the most amazing place to stand and watch them play. Not too shabby for a first experience.
^^ Chris, carefully selecting the beers we would be drinking at Barrels & Bottles in Golden, Colorado.
And that about brings us up to date, my dear friends. The fall promises to be full of adventure. We have my sister’s wedding and Chris’s parents coming back here to visit for a week, with a trip out to South Dakota tucked in there as well. We’ll also be heading to New Orleans and Tahoe in the next few months, so there’s lots to look forward to.
Bis bald, friends!