The last day of the Wondertwin Adventures in Colorado featured Denver, Doughnuts, Dinos, Dioramas, and Doggos.
Traffic, Garden of the Gods, and back to Boulder. After mostly snowy skies (no complaints from me) it was a wonderful treat to wake up to clear, sunny skies! FINALLY we could see the mountains that had been so easily shrouded.
A review of that dive: it was cold, and dark, and we saw a worm. I’d do it again in a heartbeat. - Dan
Unsurprisingly, Cait was up with the sun, while I slept like a log through the sun streaming through our windows. Her pictures are pretty sweet…however, no regrets on getting that extra shut eye! After a lazy early morning, we headed right up the street to the Golden Gate Canyon State Park.
When your boss walks in and says, nows the time to take vacation if you want it...everything is frozen (literally!), you definitely take them up on it! So under the grey skies of a long-awaited winter storm, Cait and I left Bradley International Airport and headed to Colorado.
Today was one of those weirdly wonderful (yet awful for the environment) winter days were the temperatures hovered in the high 40s and you could feel the sun's warmth through the trees. I joined Katie (from KatieWanders) for a quick hike through Devil's Hopyard State Park in East Haddam, CT. Considering the fact that it's… Continue reading Hike at Devil’s Hopyard State Park
November 24, 2018 @ 11:25 & 13:16 It's always a sad day when I turn my dive computer on and it tells me that my surface interval has been 34 days (really anything more than 24 hours is a bummer ha!). As the weather gets colder it becomes increasingly harder to find dive buddies that… Continue reading Dive Days of (Almost) December