The bird was delicious by all accounts.......all I know is that the trimmings were perfect.
We avoided most of the shopping hoards but had to search out any bargains over bagels. I got my mall (maul) fix but didn't find much that I had to have. Is that a sign of old age or just that fashion has passed me by ? Even Nordstrom's couldn't take my $$.
The sunsets captured the end of good days............
On the way back home, we managed to catch up with those busy CT kids who seem to be everywhere, doing everything. Here they are posing in front of the many sculptures in downtown Grand Junction. They made their Grandma Rae very happy and spent time with their Great grandma Mary as well.
And back at the home front, we wandered about the other day to check on the snow in the mountains....there isn't much and the ski areas are either closed or using very few trails. The temps are warm and quite lovely. We played 11 holes of golf yesterday and actually peeled jackets off. And we played well.....of course, we can't post our scores to improve our handicap since our course is considered seasonal and officially closed by the Colorado Golf Association.
We drove over to Ouray for breakfast and were welcomed into town by a committee of 3. This buck was watching his harem of 2 and never moved an eyelash as we stopped the car next to him. He did have a pair of antlers but wouldn't move so I could get a better view. The cattle and sheep are down from the high pastures and fill up much of the open space along the roads. The yak are growing longer coats and the local deer are wandering about our yards at night looking for snacks and foliage to destroy. We've never been here this late and find the social scene to be busy as ever and the weather is great.
AND, we celebrated 54 years of our official pairing !!