We saw the eclipse in Fort Collins CO, 95% of the total. It was a super special day as my son was born a few hours after the eclipse. Check out the shadows on one of our short breaks outside.
Gutted it out up the Sanitas steep west ridge segment on strava. Sort of not fun but also really cool. Heck of a gorgeous day took no snacks and
no water. Set a personal record. 10.5%, getting closer to breaking the 10% goal! Really excited for it. I just need to move up 8 spots. I’m a bit conflicted because it’s not a meandering hike but all good, fun to get the heart rate up for 30 minutes straight and be outdoors. I take my time on the descents. Gorgeous day and I’m pretty proud of myself. 🙂
Did a bit of the MMM and Tim ferriss stoic ism, pretending I was blind for a while and then was so happy I’m actually not!
Edit: i made my goal 2 weeks before we keft Boulder did sanitas in top 6%! Cruahed the goal 🙂
Did a 630am hike with a buddy from church who works for Cru. Good times, watched the sun rise.
Pretty stunning. We made about 5 miles at a solid clip. Did ncar to the Mesa trail then north towards hat aqua and added in a steep extra loop up to woods quarry where much of the stone for the CU campus was quarried. Strava showed us top 8% for one section and top 3% for another rarely traveled section. My goal is to get into the top 10% for the ascent of Mt Sanitas, last go a week ago was top 12% so I’m getting there. Actually that was done two days before this hike. Then after we went to a men’s breakfast at church (cornerstone in South boulder) which was super cool too.
And saw some deer near the end close to the ncar buildings.
Not the most amazing shot but a cool moment out on the dock in the Intra Coastal Waterway in Jupiter Florida, early morning watching the sunrise with my early riser 2.5 year old. Sliver of a moon is in the upper right, sun coming up on the left. Was a gorgeous day with a heck of a great start.
Amazing meal and date to the Flagstaff House in Boulder. It’s
up on Flagstaff mountain and we were seated looking straight out a window down onto the mountains as well as Boulder proper. Such an stunning setting. All sorts of fun free treats and amuse bouches throughout the meal including 5 little bonus desserts for our anniversary.
Free valet and all around cool vibe. Financed by my wonderful grandparents in-law.
Leaving my house this morning the sky was such a pretty light blue and all the clouds were pink. I knew I had to drive the 4 minutes up to NCAR and check it out. I was nicely rewarded.
Above is a panorama shot as the flatirons were gorgeous too.
And below from visiting our old 91 year old neighbors Sunday in their neighborhood.
I sometimes feel sorry for people who don’t live in Colorado, thought hit me a few days ago. Silly I know but probably means I’m in the right place for me.