Sharing my adventures in the Colorado mountains in the summer, and beautiful Ft. Worth Texas in the winter.
Thursday, July 9, 2015
I spent the day yesterday, going to the grocery store. Most of my readers know that my husband and I spend the summers in a tiny mountain town, sixty miles to the nearest supermarket. I am having a bridal luncheon on Friday for a friend's daughter, so I needed to stock up. I really like the small town where I go to shop. It is larger than the little town we are in, but still considered small; around 5,000 people. They have such unusual homes there, no two alike. These were all on the same street.
A sweet little log cabin, with very tall pine trees in front.
A tiny little place, with lavendar and green trim, behind a white picket fence
A well cared for stone house with a history plaque saying it was built in 1881 for a local judge.
It had a small guest house in the backyard, which in reality back then was probably servants quarters.
On the opposite corner, stood this tall blue Victorian place. I decided I needed to get on with my shopping, so these are the only pictures I took. There are so many more. A very interesting little town, Gunnison, Colorado.
How could one persons life be so different from winter to summer? Well stick around and see. I live in a cosmopolitan city half of the year and then head to a tiny town in the mountains the other half.....a place full of interesting people, beautiful scenery, wild animals......and great adventures!