Second Journey

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The day we left Steamboat, we stopped in Breckenridge, CO to see the snow sculptures. At lunch, we sat next to some people who had already seen the sculpture & gave it a good review! It was nice to start a conversation w/people we didn’t know, but had come to Breckenridge for the same reason i.e., to enjoy the art, the snowy weather and a yummy lunch.

btw – This is one of our favorites, so joyous! I hope this image won’t be upside down!

Kindness, pass it on

700+Yampa+St.+a105 Steamboat+Springs, CO

I purchased mine in Steamboat Spgs., CO after visiting Carpenter Ranch and participating in a “snow drawing” event. Carpenter Ranch is a Nature Conservancy site dedicated to providing cultural & ecological information about the Yampa Valley of the Yampa River. The river supports cottonwoods, box elders, & red-osier dogwood as well as a variety of…

Second Journey

65+Elm+St. Denver, CO

The day we left Steamboat, we stopped in Breckenridge, CO to see the snow sculptures. At lunch, we sat next to some people who had already seen the sculpture & gave it a good review! It was nice to start a conversation w/people we didn’t know, but had come to Breckenridge for the same reason…

3rd journey; LA, CA

65+Elm+St. Denver, CO

Spent a long weekend in Los Angeles to visit my 98 yr-old aunt, who, by the way is still feisty, stylish & just a little bit snarky. It’s always the right time to visit someone who’s been important to you & who you might’ve modeled yourself after. We also visited Little Tokyo, the Go For…

Jan 29, 2019

Kindness, pass it on

Nikki Raschbacher
Steamboat Springs, CO

I purchased mine in Steamboat Spgs., CO after visiting Carpenter Ranch and participating in a "snow drawing" event. Carpenter Ranch is a Nature Conservancy site dedicated to providing cultural & ecological information about the Yampa Valley of the Yampa River. The river supports cottonwoods, box elders, & red-osier dogwood as well as a variety of endangered fish. Why is kindness important? As I write this, it's 2019 and we've experienced growing animosity and intolerance world-wide. Sometimes even just a smile can be a simple act of kindness that one person needed that day and that time. They'll better be able to get through the day and pass it on. When I saw the bracelet I felt it was a simple reminder that the world is bigger than me and fellow travelers could pass on calm & kindness.

Feb 03, 2019

Second Journey

Nikki Raschbacher
Denver, CO

The day we left Steamboat, we stopped in Breckenridge, CO to see the snow sculptures. At lunch, we sat next to some people who had already seen the sculpture & gave it a good review! It was nice to start a conversation w/people we didn't know, but had come to Breckenridge for the same reason i.e., to enjoy the art, the snowy weather and a yummy lunch. btw - This is one of our favorites, so joyous! I hope this image won't be upside down!

Mar 26, 2019

3rd journey; LA, CA

Nikki Raschbacher
Denver, CO

Spent a long weekend in Los Angeles to visit my 98 yr-old aunt, who, by the way is still feisty, stylish & just a little bit snarky. It's always the right time to visit someone who's been important to you & who you might've modeled yourself after. We also visited Little Tokyo, the Go For Broke Education Center and the Japanese American National Museum. Roots. I'm posting a photo of Little Tokyo. The photos always post upside down! Stand on your head to view it. :-)  

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