Saturday, June 02, 2007

Colorado Wildflowers at Mesa Trail, Boulder

I recently had the great pleasure of visiting my home state of Colorado while attending the high school graduation of my cousin (and fellow runner) Carter Ferrell. (Yea, Carter!)

The day after the festivities, my dad, grandma and I went for a hike on the Mesa Trail, right outside Boulder. We used the Eldorado Springs trailhead, but the trail is also accessible from Chautauqua Park. The wildflowers were absolutely AMAZING!

Enjoy the photos - you can click on the image to view a larger photo in a pop-up window.

See you on the trail!
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Blogger Martijn said...

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5:29 AM  
Anonymous matt said...

beautiful photos, ashley. i sure do want to move to that part of the country some day :)

hey, how is your running coming along? would you be interested in doing any training runs together before Disappointment? I can't make their training runs on saturdays, but thought i would give it a go on a sunday in july. interested?

hope all is well with you and look forward to seeing you soon.

- matt

5:23 PM  
Anonymous Amy said...

Wow, the pics are great. I do trail running but the view is a bit less dramatic in Iowa. Thanks for sharing!

6:46 PM  

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