Boulders and Breathing in Rocky Mountain National Park
Just look at this asthma kid of mine:
She scrambled up the side of that giant boulder at Sprague Lake in Rocky Mountain National Park in about 15 seconds.
Because she is strong and fierce, even though her lungs aren’t, always.
Here, she’s waving to the Steadfast Sidekick on the other side of the lake:
The clouds rolled into Moraine Park, a valley carved out by glaciers and one of the best views at RMNP, as we drove out on Sunday afternoon:
This place, literally a day trip from my front door, never gets old.
Neither does watching my bronchial-challenged kid run, climb, and hike her way through it.