Greetings from Denver!


I was in Denver this weekend. My husband had a training course to do there and I tagged along for the fun.

This is a look at the rockies just outside of Denver near the Loveland Pass just at the continental divide. It was over 100 degrees in the city, but only 68 up here - brrr!!!


We stopped at the pass on our way to the Keystone Bluegrass and Beer Fest. Some friends of ours took us there and it was quite a good time. We tasted microbrews from all over Colorado, talked and listened to some live music. Keystone is a cute resort town with its own style. Seeing the slopes almost made me want to take up winter sports again.

Funnily enough, I have never actually been skiing or boarding in the US. All of my mountain experience has been in the French or Swiss Alps. Perhaps I'll give the Rockies a go next winter!

I hope everyone had a great weekend. Your regularly scheduled Jackson photo will be back tomorrow.

3 comments:

Olivier said...

beau paysage de montagne, cela donne envie de faire une ballade.

beautiful mountain pab, it's want to make a ballad.

Dan Allen said...

Great photos! That must have been some trip. And you got to drink beer too.

brian said...

so beautiful and picturesque... i've never been to colorado or the mountains, but would love to go sometime! =)