We've established some new goals for our family lately. One goal is to have a recreational family activity once a week. While we usually spend a fair amount of time together, we tend to spend that time on home projects and television... not the most productive. It has been great for our family to set that time aside, and to know that Saturday afternoon, the saws and sewing machines will be put away for a bit.
So this week, we headed out on a hike to "The Compass".
Will loves his new carrier backpack. We got it at a friend's garage sale for $10. Woot.
The Compass is a little under 2 miles from our house and you can see all the major landmarks from it.
There is a literal 'compass' on the ground with arrows that point to places like the State House, Red Rocks, Roxborough State Park, and various reservoirs.
There are also telescopes (that are really just metal rod; see above) that point to the 14ers visible from that spot.
This is looking out NorthWest from where we were. In the middle of the picture is Will's future high school and middle school.
Cutest baby in the world.
Oh, and I got this excellent picture of his "swagger." He's quite confident in his walking skills these days.
Sometimes we can't believe we live in such an incredible place. I'm THANKFUL for being healthy and happy. (Gotta throw in a holiday reference...)