We have 35 acres to share…if you’re willing to rough it

{Photo of the day: Our friend’s Class A motorhome tucked nicely in to a spot on our property.}

We’ve been back on our property for three days and our first guests have already arrived. This is what happens when you own property in a more temperate area of Colorado, your friends at higher elevations jump on the chance to get out of the snow. Because, as Mark & I know all too well, Spring in the Rockies is really just Winter 2.0.

I’m a little nervous about having guests since all we have to offer is a place to park. Visiting us on our property is no different than visiting us at a campsite in the national forest, you’re going to need to bring everything you need with you. And if you don’t have you’re own toilet, you better bring a shovel : )

But for the people that know what they’re getting in to and are willing to rough it, I can’t wait to share this magical place with them. It’s a remarkable piece of land and it feels so much more so when it’s being shared.

1 Comment

By Michele


Hi, I'm Michele, a nomadic wedding photographer and lover of the great outdoors. I live on the road full-time and document my adventures daily. This is my personal blog where I share and record my thoughts on living simply and intentionally with less stress and more joy. Check out my wedding and portrait photography at http://www.oncwest.com


Recent Posts