Red Rocks. I can honestly say I have never seen any nor did I think they existed but apparently that is what Colorado (still working on saying it right) is known for.
We made our way to the Garden of the Gods, and I had no idea what to expect but it was quite an experience.



 



Mary and I had quite an adventure taking photos of one another at this beautiful place.
With tons of laughs no doubt.



  

True confession time.
That mountain in the background is Pike's Peak.
I've dreamed about seeing this since I was a little girl and watched Dr. Quinn Medicine Woman. 

It is beautiful out here.

My Colorado adventure came to an end rather quickly and I am sad that it is over.
I am so thankful though for the chance to visit Colorado, to experience something new, to spend time with my best friend, and to experience God's presence in my life and friendship in such a sweet way. 


"A friend loves at all times..."
Proverbs 17:17


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  1. Um, Gorgeous! This makes me sooo jealous for "home"! So I know you probably know this, but a reminder--I lived in Colorado Springs for several years--graduated from the highschool downtown where the horse statue is in the middle of the street. Went to GOTGs tons...hope you enjoyed your time in the C.O.! Wish you had had time to go up to Golden Bell, where Matt and I met. Only 30 min. or so from Pikes Peak. Ahh, the memories. Hope you made tons with Mary!

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