What a lovely week to spend in nature! But, then again, when isn’t it a good time to spend time in nature?
Summer is my time to shine and absorb as much Vitamin D as possible.
This past week, I maximized my time in nature, camping out in a no cell-service region that was practically completely unpopulated. It was incredible.
My friends and I wandered off the map to an area around Lyons, Colorado and Raymond, Colorado. It was beautiful.
Here are snapshots of my beautiful time spent outside ♥
Who else LOVES camping?
Another beautiful day in paradise spent exploring the great outdoors, and getting cozy with nature and animals in their natural habitat.
Hiking is one of my all-time favorite ways to exercise, all while spending some time appreciating the Earth, getting some vitamin D, and finding territories that are unknown to me.
It is important to get to know your Earth and appreciate it while it is around.
My newest adventure took me to Meyers Homestead Trail.
I can say definitively that I LOVED this trail, and this will not be the last time my foot prints will cross paths with this beautiful trail.
The landscape and the scenary was very visibly breathtaking, as I found myself panting for air and for more beauty.
I came across from lovely friends in their natural habitat, and I had the opportunity to get up close and personal with these lovely fellows.
We can call this an insect-ual relationship.
All natural adventures are one of the most therapeutic ways for me to alleviate my anxiety and my stress, as well as my general well-being.
You can come across so much, if only you just stop on the side of the road, find a trail, and take it to the end.
Summer is coming to a close, but hiking season will never be over.
However, hiking will forever always be one of my favorite Summertime activities.
Any excuse to spend time outside, because the indoors are so bland and much less breathtaking.
What are some of your favorite hikes?
♥ A beautiful hike ♥
Twin Lakes Outdoor Space in Gunbarrel, Colorado is a dog park, with lake access for dogs.
The views are breathtaking and it is a beautiful place, especially during the golden hour.
Keep scrolling out my photos from my adventure at the dog park!
Harlee Jo, my favorite Red Heeler puppy, got to frolick and to play, and it is safe to say that she had a great time playing fetch.