sparkling crystal limbs perfect in their nakedness waiting for springtime We’re back at Little House in the Rockies. It’s beautiful. I’m thankful. © 2018 Glover Gardens
I’d like to be on that porch at Little House in the Rockies, looking at that sunset, feeling the mountain air, shivering just a little.
The plucky wheelbarrow atop a Colorado mountain is resting but ready for action. I would want it on my side in a fight.
“Desperate times call for desperate measures,” said the Grill-Meister as he fired up the outdoor burner to cook bacon in 5° weather.
A “grateful for nature” haiku from Little House in the Rockies, where absolute peace and tranquility abound.
On Elkhorn Road headed North toward Como, CO, the tired old asphalt is framed in spring by spunky yellow wildflowers. Thus, a haiku.
The fall equinox is a perfect time to be in Central Colorado – the cool air, the fall colors, the azure sky… life is good.
Nature is all the entertainment we need here at Little House in the Rockies, our little cabin in Central Colorado. A visit from a cute little Peter Cottontail enabled a mid-hop bunny photo.
This is my patriotism: I want it to be America the Beautiful forever. For my kids, and yours.
Magpies pose and inspired haiku with their tuxedo coloring and bright blue wings.