Boulder Public Library is the home to so many wonderful resources. The exhibit that I’ve been admiring for the past two months is on its way out. Here are a few highlights.
Both of these installations were created by Rozie Vajda who was kind enough to give me a demonstration as recorded in the video.
I took these photos at the beginning of the month when things in Boulder were snow covered, the sun was shining, and the reflections were blinding.
I spent a fantastic Saturday morning at The Book Stall in Winnetka, a wonderful independent book store with 75 years in the community. Author events and book clubs fill their calendar.
It was a dream-come-true feeling, reading ALIANA REACHES FOR THE MOON and answering questions from the crowd which included babes in arms, engaged children sitting on the floor, longtime friends in the area, and a lovely elderly woman from the neighborhood who attended with her caretaker. While signing books, I was able to have some wonderful moments with the attendees. The perfectly dressed older woman asked if I’d come home with her and read again later.
Something for everyone in the small mountain town of Lyons, Colorado. A fun parade followed by a fireworks show.
Due to technical challenges with WiFi these photos were taken with my iPhone and one was not my photo.
Breath taken away
pull over to snap pictures
snow capped distant peaks
The Wings Over the Rockies Air and Space Museum is located on the former Lowry Air Force Base in Denver, Colorado.
Yesterday, I was on a field trip with second and third graders and we were led by a former Navy officer who shared some personal experiences and talked about the different aircraft above and in front of us.
The museum offers a variety of programs including “access to the cockpit” where they allow people to sit planes and helicopters not normally available to civilians.
I remember a John Belushi fish-out-of-water movie from the 1980s named Continental Divide. It may have been my first exposure to the beauty that is Colorado.
This exquisite view, snow capped peaks above tree line is something I appreciate every time I see it.
Ice crystals shimmer
Clinging to tall grass and stems
dancing in sunshine