X-Games always launches us into extreme mode after watching the incredibly talented athletes hit Aspen’s terrain park, touted as one of the best in the country. To keep us in
Roaring Fork Valley
I’m just getting into the swing of things and with still a few weeks left of summer break, I’m going to pack it in. Only, I’m digging deep into my wallets and only coming up with lint. Thankfully, there are many things to do that don’t involve money. All you need are bathing suits, a creative mind and the energy to have at it.
Quite often, planning takes more energy than the actual activity so I thought I’d share with you a list of things to do. If your family remotely resembles mine, with children who “think” that they prefer to hang out over exploring and who accuse you of being selfish for planning activities that only you think are fun, than this list is for you.
As I move onto the subject of healers within our valley, I thought I might start by introducing you to a man who lives a life of poetry and flyfishing, Cameron Scott.
It’s not often that one finds a person so connected to nature and spirituality and so I felt the need to follow Cameron around for a year and get to know him better.