It was my first Christmas in Colorado this year - WOO
Food, Drink, Family, Breckenridge, Snowshoeing, and an intense game of President were a few of my favourite things that went down. Lets just say it was a stellar first Christmas here. After the festivities, Drew and I decided to take our truck to do some winter camping. Sounds like a dumb idea- i know, however my husband got pretty pumped about it and built us a bed in the back with a space heater so we were set. There is nothing quite like carving your own tracks into a camp site deep into the woods. Still,quiet, with a slight eeriness of what animals home we just invaded. We camped around for a few days and took a day trip to Telluride! Didn't see Tom Cruise so we'll have to go back. Ending the trip in Gunnison for New Years we were all too excited for a shower and warm bed. It truly is the best feeling for me to be surrounded by forest for a week. Something about the blanket of snow and the complete peace that surrounds the winter season. It quiets you, makes you contemplate and listen to the smallest of noises. I used to think of it as a desolate season but it is quickly growing into the one that makes me grow the most. To whoever is reading, i hope you had a great Christmas season with the people that make you happy. I was lucky enough to feel the love. To my Canadian friends and family, you were missed!