Quick Update

I promise I am still here 🙂 It’s just been a busy summer with working at Frenchy’s Café on the Pond in Tincup, CO. Since we are way up in the mountains (over 10,000 feet up) internet signal is limited. I wanted to just give a quick check in and a few sneak peek pictures of the summer and what you can find in upcoming blogs (probably will take place after I get back to San Antonio in September, but you never know, I might sneak on again and give more sneak peeks). I have a lot to share and TONS of pictures, but need a stronger internet signal and more time to share them all. So just enjoy the few I have here for you :). I hope you all are having a great summer and stay tuned for more details later!

The view I look forward to every time we arrive in Colorado: the snowcapped Rocky Mountains and Taylor Reservoir.
The view from the porch at Frenchy’s Café. I never get tired of this view.
Got in a trail ride.
Beautiful sunsets in Colorado

I promise, there will be more later!

Asilomar State Beach, CA

While not a local (or even Texas) beach, I decided to do mid-week posts on past travels and photos I took there. One of my favorite places I visited last year is Asilomar State Beach, bear Monterey, CA (http://www.parks.ca.gov/?page_id=566)

I took Grace and Matthew to visit Sofia in Monterey over Memorial Day weekend in 2018. Sofia is in the Air Force and we decided to visit her so we could spend time with her and check out what I had heard was a beautiful place. No lie, the entire area is really amazing.

But for the sake of this entry, I will be focusing on Asilomar State Beach. Sofia had gone to this beach before and sent me a couple of pictures that were really amazing. So while we were visiting her, she took us out just before sunset. This place exhibited one of the absolutely most stunning sunsets I have ever seen. The site of the sun going down over the ocean and the rocky beach, was peaceful, beautiful……..and I honestly cannot even describe it in words. I pretty much just snapped pictures nonstop. I really didn’t want to leave the beach, but the sight of my shivering children told me it was time to go.

If you ever get the chance to go to the Monterey/Pebble Beach/Carmel area, be sure to visit this gorgeous place, especially at sunset.