Posted: January 26, 2011 Filed under: 365 Life in the Bogs Challenge, Adventures in Life, Earth, home, nature, Photography, snow, Spirit, travel, water, weather, winter | Tags: Colorado, cross-country skiing, handwriting, marmot, postaday2011, Rocky Mountain National Park
(Marmot. Rocky Mountain National Park, Colorado. August 2010.)
I asked this marmot to step in as a placeholder of sorts for me and he (or she) has graciously agreed. I need a little break from my usual rambles and long blog posts.
The break will give me a chance to catch up on email, read blogs, leave comments, and all kinds of other good stuff.
Today’s outdoor time will take place late in the afternoon. M and I are going cross-country skiing at a nearby park. I’ll take the camera along in case I have time and light to hike around a little after we ski. Even after taking the ski lesson, I am not confident enough to bring the camera along while I’m on skis.
P.S. After doing the post about spacing and handwriting (see This and that), I’ve read a few other blog posts on both subjects. I particularly like Quinn’s post, Bye-Bye Handwriting.
For a sample of my handwriting, click here. It’s an old post at my other blog, Bountiful Healing.