Travel

Goodbye Summer

Since the last time I posted early July, our family has taken two trips — both driving distance to other Colorado cities. Nothing extreme, but an opportunity to take the girls out and about. Now as I write this, we are in mid-September and Colorado has seen its first snow.

Labor Day Weekend in Colorado Springs:

Avon/Vail, Colorado in Mid-July

I realize this post would be much more helpful if I provided some information about traveling on these two trips, but I really don’t have that much to say about them. We were happy to be able to get out of our normal routines and actually dine out again. But at the same time, it just wasn’t the same. And we were of course, cautious and timid, in everything we were doing.

The world is different now. Masks every where we go. Keeping a distance from other individuals. A lot of stores/businesses are still closed. It’s a little depressing to know that things will likely never be the same again (or at least for a very long time).

But we are really proud of the little ones in our family for being extra careful about the virus — wearing their masks and washing their hands a LOT. Hoping that 2021 gives us some good news.

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