Down Town Fort Collinsby Jenny on November 14
It had been a long cold week in Wyoming. We were starting to feel a little cabin fever creeping upon us. In fact, I have been downright restless! I was ready to go, see, and do!
My husband has, on numerous occasions, compared me to one of those bad dogs that needs to be exercised to prevent destruction! I was at the brink of chewing the blinds to bloody hell!
The Sherpa said “we are taking a road trip.” We initially had planned on hitting the road on Saturday; however, the weather man was predicting ten to twenty inches of snow. So, we thought to ourselves…we better take advantage of the beautiful warm day!
Luckily, we are within an hour’s driving time to Fort Collins, Colorado. The temperature outside was sixty degrees, and the sun was shining. My kind of day! The closer to Colorado we got, the less wind we experienced. Wyoming happens to be a very cold and windy place, in case ya didn’t know.
Our day started with Fajitas for two at Pueblo Viejo. That means “Old Town” in Spanish. Not to be confused with the tequila from Mexico, which is very good in margaritas!
After our bellies were full, we walked the down town area and window shopped all of the amazing eclectic store fronts.
Fort Collins has really preserved the area and made an environment that inspires the community to gather. The day brought out individuals of all ages walking and absorbing the sites.
The gourmet aromas drew us in for coffee. My cup of latte was brimming with whip cream and a yummy chocolate flavor. The store was chock full of goodies certain to delight!
As I mentioned, the temptation of sweet morsels could be found everywhere. Overwhelmed with photo inspiration at every turn, I snapped away!
We had a wonderful day filled with exploration and photography. My Sherpa felt pooped! We took a moment to rest and reflect. We definitely plan on coming back to explore more…another day!
Dwell Photo Shoot
Our wonderful urban abode is to be featured in Dwell Magazine. We are expected to be in the October issue. The architects who designed the buildings submitted info to Dwell for review. After several tenants submitted photos, a free lance journalist whom Dwell magazine hired came and interviewed us. Several individuals were interviewed to gain a perspective on each persons reason to live here. After the interview, a photo session was scheduled.
This photo was taken by Keith Bishop A.K.A “hubby”. The building boasts a commons area for all of the tenants to use for social gatherings. The closed window is our home” Loft B”.
This photo is of Jake Stangel photographer at work. This young, creative individual schooled me and my husband on how to use his camera. It was a fun experience seeing and learning all that goes into a photo shoot. He worked very methodical and talked about how to use the light. He definitely has a passion for creating pictures.