hmeeson Nooks and crannies. I'm a sucker for cool details. 4d
  •   hmeeson @tianapix It really is a cool spot. We've been around Silver Plume a few times the past month and I like it more every time. 4d
  •   hmeeson @itisnovember Thanks! 4d
  •   hmeeson @jin_loves When you make it out this way to explore, Silver Plume is a good addition to your list. 4d
  •   itisnovember You are welcome, thanks for following! I follow you for a while now and love your feed 4d
  •   sparrowsspatulas The next time a family member flies out- we're gonna ditch the kids and head up here...maybe even send the night in the area. I'm all about the bitters! Enjoy the day xo 4d
  •   hmeeson @sparrowsspatulas I picked up a new summer syrup - Raspberry Rhubarb. I'm looking forward to using it. Be sure to check their info before you head up. They're not open every weekend like they used to be. 4d
  •   hmeeson @itisnovember Aw, thank you. And you're most welcome. You have a gorgeous feed! 4d
  •   itisnovember @hmeeson thank yoouuuu 4d

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hmeeson Bitters and booze in a ghost town. We spent a bit of our 4th having a drink at Dram. 5d

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hmeeson Milk is for babies ... 5d

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hmeeson All that's missing is an apple pie. 6d

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hmeeson Life's been too busy lately. I'm looking forward to being through this phase and slowing things back down (and making more time for finding pretty summer fruit). 1w

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hmeeson I really want to make some things with cherries, but I'm not sure what they are yet. Decisions, decisions. 2w

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hmeeson Farm markets feel like summer to me. Do you have a favorite? 2w

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hmeeson Behind the bar. I'm a big fan of Colorado distilleries and love that so many had a home on their shelves. (Plus the awesomeness from Philly that is @artintheage.) 2w

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hmeeson Drinks at Dram. (A latergram from the pretty little white building in the photo I posted yesterday.) I'm a fan of their bitters and syrups, so it was a treat to try them in drinks at the source. 3w

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hmeeson Silver Plume revisited. I really enjoy this almost-a-ghost-town (and often wonder what it would be like to live there). 3w

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hmeeson Just above treeline (about 12,000 feet) there were snow flurries. I love summer in the high country. 3w
  •   hmeeson @jengolay Oceans are pretty good too, but I'm a cold weather gal at heart. 3w
  •   hmeeson @redticking I hear ya'! We went on to Silver Plume (just an hour or so from Denver) and it was 32. Colorado high country summer! 3w
  •   hmeeson @jaebersole You get used to altitude. I don't even notice the change at those altitudes now (because it's not much higher than where we live). 3w
  •   jin_loves Wowzers! I wish I was there so muggy and hot here in Atlanta. 3w
  •   red_onion Very nice 3w
  •   hmeeson @jin_loves As lovely as the South is, I don't miss those humid, muggy days. (But I do miss the lightening bugs.) 3w
  •   hmeeson @red_onion Thank you! 3w

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hmeeson Steaming crepes on a chilly Breck morning. (Banana and Nutella, ya' know, just in case you're wondering. *grin*) 3w

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hmeeson Williams & Graham could have been all gimmick, but I was really happy it wasn't. 3w

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hmeeson Beautiful old books at the Old Glory Antiques Fair. 3w

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hmeeson The Bedrock General store, built in 1882. It served the local ranching community as a general merchandise store and post office in the 1800's. Peeking through the dusty windows, it looked like they'd closed up shop one day and left all that was there as-is (along with a fair number of antlers, elk, and deer mounted on the walls). 4w

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hmeeson Petroglyphs in the backcountry. Searching for (and finding them!) is a lot of fun and takes you through crazy gorgeous places. This was one of many spots we found - some easy and some more off the beaten path - but all very cool. 4w

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hmeeson Exploring Utah's backcountry in Rupert (the Jeep). 4w

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hmeeson Pictograph and Petroglyph hunting. 4w

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hmeeson Exploring Sego Canyon and the Book Cliffs, we found Sego. It used to be a coal mining town, but is nothing but shells and foundations now - ghost town extraordinaire. 4w

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