I daydream a lot. Often these daydreams are of whole new worlds that I think I am creating. A while ago I had a reoccurring daydream where I took Captain Jean-Luc Picard from Star Trek: The Next Generation to planets throughout the universe that I found fascinating. Yes, it is embarrassing to admit, especially since it was a daydream from my twenties so I can’t say I was really that young. All I can say in my defense is that I grew up on Star Trek. Continue reading “Travel: Beirut day dreams”→
Four of the most viewed videos from 2010 were from Copper Mountain Sunsation in April. This immensely popular music festival featured some top-notch acts. All of the videos can be viewed at the Summit Voice YouTube channel. A link to this channel can also be found on the right sidebar.
Pepper at Copper Mountain Sunsation, April 10, 2010
Passafire at Copper Mountain Sunsation, April 10, 2010
Lighting of Breckenridge, December 4, 2010
Sunsation at Copper Mountain, Colorado, April 10, 2010
Moose sighting on Peak 7, Breckenridge, Colorado
A Mushroom Foray in Summit County, Colorado
Historic Engine #9 returns to Breckenridge, Colorado, 12-14-2010
Breckenridge Ski Area, November 16, 2010
A Moose and Her Calf in Breckenridge, Colorado
Copper Sunsation April 18, 2010
My own personal favorite came in at #9, “A Moose and Her Calf”. I was standing at my kitchen window early one morning last March and I saw the moose standing at the end of my driveway. I dashed for my camera and by the time I got back with it, she had moved into the back yard, and it was then that I saw that she was accompanied by her calf. Since my deck is well above the level of the yard, I was able to stand on the deck and take video of them without disturbing them. It was a wonderful moment for me and I’m so glad I was able to capture it.
Snowflake Challenge helps groom a new generation of snow sculptors
By Jenney Coberly
I wandered down Main Street in Breckenridge around noon today and checked out some of the really good-looking work in progress on the snow sculptures. Judging is tomorrow, December 11, 2010. I’m looking forward to seeing the finished sculptures.
Click here for more info on the Snowflake Challenge.