Having a week off in Scotland is a dream. There’s so much to see in this beautiful country. So many places to go and never enough time to see them as they fully deserve to be seen. I got the rare and unique opportunity to go on a photography workshop a little over a week […]
Dunnottar Castle… Wow. Breathtaking. This past Saturday a couple of us took a day trip up to Stonehaven on the east coast of Scotland for a quick sightseeing getaway. So glad we went! Felt like real Scotland – not sure how to explain that but that’s the best way I can describe it.
Edinburgh has an amazing little section of town called, “Dean Village.” The mills of the village were built sometime around 1145 and the area was known for it’s milling of grain for somewhere around 800 years. It’s a charming little spot that connects with another beautiful (and perhaps even my favorite) part of the city […]
I am very much a mountain girl. The mountains are where I feel most at peace and alive and just really at home. Part of that comes from 10 years of living in them and part of that comes from just being a native Coloradan… So living in a city of 500,000 people can feel […]
About two weeks ago we got the wonderful opportunity to go to a conference called “The CLAN Gathering.” Basically, it’s a week long conference where Christians from all over Scotland come together to camp, worship God, and hear some excellent speakers. We were able to get in to the conference for free by volunteering so […]
Such a lovely old manor house – complete with a working kitchen where they teach you how the kitchen was run and give you samples of breads made during the centuries past. So glad we took a minute to stop and check it out on our trip to Stirling and the Wallace Monument. You’d never […]
So we made it… A month and a half later, finally getting sorted with the flat, internet, etc. Things don’t move quickly here but that’s understandable as we are not in the United States anymore where things get done yesterday for the most part. Life is most certainly about getting adjusted. Learning about the culture […]
When I think of an actual place called “home,” this is the picture in my mind. I spent a very cool morning (even had some snow flurries) at the base of the Flatirons with my camera today. I love this view. Enjoy. -haven The Boulder Flatirons (GH4 Time-Lapse) from PassportMustTravel.com on Vimeo.
Rocky Mountain National Park is a place I have loved since I was a little girl. I dreamed of camping/hiking constantly… Too bad I was born into a family that wasn’t real keen on the camping bit but thank the Lord, definitely enjoy the hiking (wasn’t until the last few years that my mom actually […]
If you live in Colorado and you haven’t been to the Brainard Lake Recreation Area above Ward, you are missing out. My 6 year old nephew, my mom, and I have been frequenting this beautiful location for the last couple of weeks and we have seen some amazing things – from moose, to woodpeckers, to […]