So I'm just now getting the courage to write about the next two days of our Colorado trip (over the summer!). These days were thrilling and I was actually downright scared through some of it.
I felt like Roo in this picture.
We rented a jeep for two days. A jeep that would take us to some of the most amazing places I've ever seen. But with that came narrow roads, steep inclines, and raised heartbeats! The jeep trail that we did the first day was a bit long and really bumpy. But nothing too major. (That was day two!) Our day started off nice and calm at an old abandoned mine. This house obviously belonged to a wealthy family.
It even had an indoor potty. I could have stayed in this house all day. My love for houses does not discriminate between the old and the new.
Our next stop was so breathtaking I can't even try to describe it. The name of the point on the map is called "oh" point because it leaves you speechless. We enjoyed our lunch here with the most spectacular 360 degree view.
My baby girl was becoming a pro with those hiking boots.
See? He's in heaven.
The water was very cold!
Here is another random waterfall on the way back to town. They were everywhere. It was like a game to see how many waterfalls we could find.
But day two of jeep riding? Oh how I wish I could go back and try to enjoy it more. Honestly, I really did try. I prayed my heart out to not be scared but but maybe I was just praying that I wouldn't die. Hmm, that's not the same thing. Anyway, if there was any day I could have a do over with it would be that one. Hopefully I won't be away from the blog too long to tell you about it soon. But I've got a crazy week ahead of me and I've got to prioritize my time. That means cleaning because bible study is at my house this week!