Tuesday, January 20, 2009

What I see when I look to the West...

While my friend JennyKate was visiting over the weekend, we took some pictures of the mountains for her to take home. This is the view if you just look to the West from my house. I thought the pictures turned out pretty good, so I thought I would post them for you all to see! I love Colorado, it's so beautiful. Today and tomorrow it's 70 degrees!



This big mountain is called, "Long's peak" It's over 14,000 feet. My husband is dying to climb it...but I refuse to let him go!!


I hope everyone is having a great start to the week!




7 comments:

Domestic Diva....NOT said...

Girl :) I really do think we are a lot alike. I picked out that identical background from the cutest blog on the block & then I switched to a different one :) I love your view it is gorgeous! Have a good day :)

The Pumpkin Pink Cottage said...

lovely view,,,just like you...xoxoxo

Shelly said...

Those are great pics Missy. It is so weird how when you live here you don't take the time to look at the wonderful mountains but you really appreciate them when someone from another state is taken back by their beauty. And I have to say that you are as beautiful as those mountains.
Love ya!

jennykate77 said...

How did I miss your post this morning? I was just about to post some pics of those same beautiful mountains this morning, but since then I've been called into 2 meetings and had my desk piled high with WORK! So, no blog post for me today. I can't believe you guys are still having such nice weather. We're supposed to make it to around 60 here today, but it's been cold every since I got back. Wish we lived close. We could meet for Starbucks and take in the beautiful mountains! That was seriously one of the most fun things I've ever done!

Love you so much!!

Avery Tales said...

Those pictures are beautiful. I'm so jealous!!

Mc Allen said...

aww, I used to live in Co. I miss it!! Great pics and I am an Esme too!!! Love your blog! ♥ LA

Sandy said...

great visiting you - i love those gorgeous photos (and Colorado!)