Monday, September 3, 2012

I scratch my head...

when I see signs like this...
Along the path at Flatirons Vista- a fave of Mo and I
Sounds sensible, I suppose. But how is this...
Different than this...
Perhaps it is the hairpin curves.  
I walked the entire path vaguely curious but had I pondered it too much
I might have missed this... 
'The Flatirons' named by pioneer women who thought they looked like... flat irons 
There is only so much time to worry about human LOLs.

12 comments:

  1. Until I became one of those people that needed 'accessibility' I never paid much attention to it. I went to the zoo once in a wheelchair. My family nearly catapulted me into the air trying to get over bumps where the zoo had covered wires with plastic so no one would trip. I haven't been back and probably never will.

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    1. Don't get me wrong, I totally get the need for wheelchair accessibility, Tonja! I just coudn't see how the path differed from one side of the sign to the other. If you could make it as far as we were, it seemed like you could keep on going. But frankly, neither path seemed wheelchair accessible. There were lots of bumps.

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  2. A bit off the subject, but that last photo looks just dreamy...those pine trees with the mountains in the background; beautiful.

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    1. That really is the point, actually. There are so many things that can distract you from the beauty in life. You have to keep your eyes on that not the distractions.

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  3. Yeah, to me those two "before" and "after" pics look like the same path with the same level of maintenance!

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    1. It was just my observation that if you had a chair that was capable of getting that far (are those even available?) you could keep going. It was a weird sign- and Mo thought the same.

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  4. That warning sign made me smile.

    What lovely countryside!

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  5. It looks very dry there. Avoid setting off fireworks. Colorado could burn down!

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  6. Agreed! So beautiful though. I want to hike it! :)

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  7. You've gotta love the warning signs you find while hiking, right? So funny! But what a pretty trail!

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  8. P.S. Thanks for the tweetage yesterday! :)

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