Tuesday, June 30, 2009
Thursday, June 18, 2009
We also spent some time in downtown Denver, at Red Rocks Amphitheater, and we drove through Golden (Where all the beer is brewed). We officially tapped the Rockies. Ha. See photos below.
Adrienne (Front) Abby (Back) at Keystone
De-frosting in the lodge at Keystone. It snowed hard on us all day!
Scott, Adrienne, Abby, and Judd at the Dam Brewery
Second Day: Judd and Abby outside of our Condo (Look at that view!)
Abby at the lodge at Breckenridge
View from the Continental Divide (Check out the linticular cloud. I mean spaceship.)
Judd and Abby at the continental divide (elevation, 11,990 ft.)
Abby and Judd with the stage in the background at Red Rocks Amphitheater
Back side view from Red Rocks Amphitheater
Friday, June 12, 2009
Tuesday, June 9, 2009
It is basically a small one room type of dwelling. The kitchen and living space is divided by a double sided fireplace. There is not a bathroom yet, but I am assuming that is the next thing to be added. Please note that no one plans to live here full time. It is just a place we currently use as a fish camp and gathering place. The cabin is on a much smaller scale than most of the following pictures, but I figured we can still use them for inspiration.
I hope you enjoy my rant as I attempt to explain my ideas for the cabin from each picture. Note: I found most of these images on flicr so I can't necessarily cite them. I will try to do so if I know the source of the image.
The ceiling of the cabin is plywood sheeting. It looks perfectly fine, I just liked this photo and thought the painted ceiling was a nice touch.
This is the best ceiling photo yet. The ceiling in the cabin is low. Any type of lighting will hang down too far. The best solution is pot lights like these. They really look great.
These are two random things that would be fun. A barrel cooler like this one to go on the porch.
And this fishing garland for the cabin Christmas tree.
What do you think? Any suggestions?