This was fun for me to write and share with you. I hope you enjoy it.
Here’s the rest of my story.
Colorado is my home.
I’m what they call a true “native” out here. I was born in Denver and grew up here.
There was a brief period when I was a teenager that I went to Pennsylvania to live with my Dad for four months. In that short time my appreciation for Colorado and my friends grew even deeper, and I moved back to stay.
After that I never really had the desire or urge to move anywhere else.
After all… why would you want to leave paradise?
Live Music is best in Colorado
My first concert was at Red Rocks Amphitheater, where I saw Willie Nelson and the Nitty Gritty Dirt Band. I want you to know that the Red Rocks experience goes way beyond the music itself.
Being outdoors sitting in the rock formations above Denver is truly magical. The venue promotes seamless acoustics like nothing I had every heard before. If you ever get the chance to attend a concert at Red Rocks, by all means go! I promise you’ll love it.
I also enjoy going to music festivals that are held around the area and in the mountains. There is music offered for everyone’s favorite genre from Jazz, Irish, Country, and Bluegrass just to mention a few. There are many weekend festivals that are a lot fun.
I started hiking at an early age.
Hiking Colorado’s fourteeners offers more than 140 trails and over fifty-four peaks to explore. All of this is sprinkled with hundreds of thousands of feet in elevation. By the age of twelve I had conquered 14 of the 53 fourteeners here in Colorado.
While climbing up a fourteener you get to see the most breathtaking views you’ll find anywhere on the planet. The experience of climbing helped me learn how to keep moving forward, even when my body didn’t want to.
When I got to the top it was exciting and beautiful. I had overcome the fatigue I felt on the way up and wanting to quit. I’m so glad I kept going.
Snowboarding is one of my favorite winter sports. I’ve been snowboarding for over 10 years now.
I like boarding in places like Keystone, Vail and Arapaho Basin for a good run and a fun day.
I own a ‘Ride Snowboard’ that is made by one of the larger snowboard companies and in the top 10 manufactures.
I’m not into the trick riding or extreme snowboarding.
The only somersault I can do is when I fall and I’m rolling down the slope. ☺
One more thing…
Skydiving is one of the many things on my bucket list. I think jumping out of an airplane and floating through the sky has to be the most liberating thing you could ever do. Take a look at this guy in the above picture — doesn’t that look so cool!
When I go I’ll let you know what it was like!
Next Step: Please call me on my direct number 303-895-4662 if I can be of service for your next new or used vehicle.
I’m off for now. Have a great day!