Water and Snow

It’s been a bunker down and get cozy in the cabin kind of week. Temps have been in the low 20’s every night and only reaching mid 40s during the day. Add the wind chill factor and the feel-like temps are even lower. But at least it’s snowed every day and for two South Carolinians... Continue Reading →

Golden Bear

Neil was a real sweetheart this morning and let me sleep in while he got the fire and breakfast going. When I woke up I was greeted with a fresh cup of hot coffee and lots of love and slobbery kisses from our two brown bears. During breakfast, Neil explained it was imperative we play... Continue Reading →

Take the Snowshoes!

We are so stubborn sometimes! We've been told at least three times now... "take snowshoes!" But once again we set out yesterday to hike along Burro Creek towards Bennet Peak and San Francisco Lakes and to our dismay left the snowshoes behind. The night before we got out the map and I made us a... Continue Reading →

Make it to the Top

We forged our own path up the mountain side this afternoon. Neil had one goal in mind... let's make it to the top! We climbed over rocks, crossed the creek twice, trekked through thick forrest, meandered through bare prickly bushes, and hiked through deep patches of snow, but we finally made it to the top... Continue Reading →

Off the Grid Acclimations

We are adapting quite well to this off the grid lifestyle... when at the cabin. We're becoming masters at cooking on the wood burning stove. Neil made THE BEST bison chili the other night. The bison came from Kevin's ranch just 14 miles up the road and was only $14 for two pounds. What a deal!... Continue Reading →

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