It’s Thankful Thursday hosted by Brian of Brian’s Home. He wants us to post what we’re thankful for. I think it’s a good thing to do each week. Focus on the positive things in our lives.
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I’m thankful that today we’ll head for our boat for the weekend. It’s the commodores picnic and since I’m a past commodore I should join in the fun.
I’m thankful for the peaceful life hubby and I enjoy. We don’t like conflict and will avoid it at almost any cost.
I’m thankful that we had our precious Little Bit for almost thirteen years. She went to the bridge October 22, 2015 and I still cry. She was the best four legged family member ever.
I’m thankful that both hubby and I had a fulfilling career in law enforcement. It is so sad the hatred so many have with law enforcement. I will tell you without law enforcement there would be anarchy. Without law enforcement there would be no justice system.
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Vail, Colorado is gorgeous in the fall, despite the fact this ski town is off-season. Imagine looking down at the fall foliage from a hot air balloon, with a view of the majestic Rocky Mountains, colorful leaves, lakes, rivers and waterfalls. Other kid-friendly adventures include zip lining, horseback riding, bike riding, a walk around the Vail Farmer’s Market, fly-fishing and, of course, eating. There is plenty of farm-to-table dining throughout Vail. Scenic drives to fully capture the beauty of the leaves include rides through the Battle Mountain Pass, Red Sandstone Park, Brush Creek Road and Independence Pass.