Colorado Diaries – 2021 {Part Three}

Colorado Diaries – 2021 {Part Three}

Monday, September 27, 2021

Breckenridge

The sunrise was beautiful again today! Clear skies and the sun just peeking over the mountains while I sipped my coffee in silence. Always makes for a great start to the day!

Originally, we didn’t want to hike today but the weather is forecasting rain tomorrow and Wednesday, so we opted for a much shorter and easier hike on the B&B Mile Trail in Breckenridge. It was stunning! I don’t think I will ever get enough of the fall colors – the yellow was just so bright and breathtaking. I’m certain I have over a thousand pictures of yellow trees on my phone 😉 

After our hike we went back to town and grabbed lunch from Kenosha Breck then walked around town a bit. We stopped at The Crown to grab a coffee and I got the chai latte with oat milk – y’all – this was the best chai I have ever had!! We will be back before we leave! We took the kids to Fuzziwig’s Candy Factory and they each got to pick a few candies. After perusing stores for a bit, we headed back to our VRBO for dinner. While we waited for Stephen to go to the grocery store, we played in the falling leaves in the yard <3

As Stephen headed to the grocery store, he noticed there was a fire on the mountain and sure enough – the Ptarmigan Fire burned over 80 acres and many of the homeowners had to evacuate. We could see the smoke from our house, and it just broke my heart to think about all the trees and wildlife that were affected by the fire – not to mention all the homeowners who were probably very nervous that the fire was going to get to their homes, but thankfully it didn’t. We all watched as a helicopter loaded up with water from the Dillion Reservoir and dumped it on the mountainside. Sadly, the fire did not extinguish and kept burning for many days after. 

Tuesday, September 28, 2021

Vail

Back to Vail today!

The smoke from the fire + all the dust just caused some serious allergies so instead of hiking today – much to our kid’s dismay – we headed back to Vail to shop and eat. The boys played on the pirate ship, then we got lunch at Big Bear Bistro, grabbed coffee at Two Arrows Coffee & Bar (I got their maple cinnamon latte with honey instead of maple syrup and oat milk and it was divine!) and then headed back to the pirate ship for a little bit more playtime for the boys.

We left and headed to the gardens where we were able to walk around for a short while until the rain started down on us. As we were driving back, we noticed a bit of “dust” being washed on the highway – but it was white and us Texans didn’t know what it was. It didn’t seem like it could be snow…but as we drove a bit further, we saw snow accumulating on the side of the road – it was snowing! The mountaintops had already gathered a bit of snow and it was so magical! To see the change before our eyes in just one day was so surreal and beautiful! From dry and dusty to snowcapped – it was just so pretty!

Only one part left to share! Tune in next week for Part Four and the finale of our Colorado vacation!

If you missed if, here is Part One and Part Two:

Colorado Diaries – 2021 {Part One}

We just got back from a fall-licious vacation in Colorado and of course I had to document our time so I can look back – this is more of a “diary” with photos so I can…

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Colorado Diaries – 2021 {Part Two}

Saturday, September 25, 2021 Frisco and Dillion Today was a beautiful day in Colorado! I woke at 5:30 (still adjusting from TX time), looked out the window and saw a bear in the clearing! He was…

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Hope you all have a blessed weekend!

Colorado Diaries – 2021 {Part Two}

Colorado Diaries – 2021 {Part Two}

Saturday, September 25, 2021

Frisco and Dillion

Today was a beautiful day in Colorado! I woke at 5:30 (still adjusting from TX time), looked out the window and saw a bear in the clearing! He was a big guy and our VRBO owners sent us a video of him walking past the house on their motion detector cameras. He is bulking up for winter!

We left our VRBO just after 8am and got to our hiking spot at just the right time to grab the last parking spot at the North Tenmile Creek Trailhead. It was a stunning hike, full of beautiful aspens and pines. We hiked two miles in and two miles out, with frequent breaks and stopped for a bit for lunch on our way back. 

After our hike we went back to the VRBO to grab fishing poles and rest for a moment then we headed to Frisco Bay Marina on the Dillion Reservoir. We attempted fishing off the dock but that was a bust, so we loaded up and went to another spot on the other side of the lake. But before that, we stopped and did the quick, but dusty, Sapphire Point Overlook and had a snack, then went to Dillion Bay and tried fishing there – but again, no luck – so we went back home and had dinner and went to bed! 

Sunday, September 26, 2021

Vail

We got a slightly later start to the day but still got out on the trail at a decent time. At 9:30 we started our long and strenuous uphill hike on Bighorn Creek Trail. We hiked for about 2.5 hours before we turned around at a nice clearing and view of the mountain tops.

It took us 2.5 hours to go just over 2 miles – we had to take frequent breaks to let the little one’s rest and recharge. In fact, one woman who snapped this picture (below) for us left an hour after we did and got to the same spot we were at – so if you go sans kids, you will make better time than we did! 😉 

We recharged and hiked back down much faster and got back to our car at 1pm.

There we changed shoes and clothes and headed to downtown Vail for lunch and coffee! The boys got a huge pizza at Blue Moose Pizza and I had a salad then I grabbed a coffee from Yeti’s Grind. The kind barista helped craft a drink for me – a oat milk latte with a shot of espresso and a little turmeric. It was delicious! I just wished I had communicated that I wanted it hot, and she just assumed I wanted it over ice – I like my coffee hot vs iced – but either way it was still delicious and a nice boost for the afternoon.

Our drive back to our VRBO in Silverthorne was beautiful – passing all the gorgeous yellow aspens along the mountains. Today was tiring in the most wonderful way!

Read Part One of our Colorado adventures here and don’t forget to subscribe below!

Go & Tell Podcast with Lauren Greci: Episode 22 with Jenn Smith

Go & Tell Podcast with Lauren Greci: Episode 22 with Jenn Smith

My guest for the Go & Tell Podcast with Lauren Greci: Episode 22 is Jenn Smith. Jenn preaches to my soul on this episode and I know she will reach you wherever you are in your walk with the Lord. There are so many nuggets of wisdom that Jenn shares with me and you all – I literally can’t even say enough about this episode. This episode is so encouraging and uplifting. Grab your coffee and lean in to our conversation. You don’t want to miss this one!

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Seeing Beautiful Again: 50 Devotions to Find Redemption in Every Part of Your Story by Lysa TerKeurst

The Always God: He Hasn’t Changed and You Are Not Forgotten by Jarrett Stephens

The Mountains Are Calling: Making the Climb for a Clearer View of God and Ourselves by Jarrett Stephens

New Morning Mercies: A Daily Gospel Devotional by Paul David Tripp


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Colorado Diaries – 2021 {Part One}

Colorado Diaries – 2021 {Part One}

We just got back from a fall-licious vacation in Colorado and of course I had to document our time so I can look back – this is more of a “diary” with photos so I can remember where we went and what we did.

If you are planning a vacation to Colorado, I hope this series helps you as well! We drove ALL day Thursday, September 23rd – left our home in Texas around 4:45am and got to Silverthorne, Colorado (with the time change) around 5:30/6pm. We did stop at Cadillac Ranch in Amarillo to stretch our legs for a bit, then got back in and drove it out! 😉

Friday, September 24, 2021

Breckenridge

Today we went to Breckenridge after a nice leisurely morning of coffee and breakfast in our VRBO in Silverthorne. Once in town, we luckily found an available parking spot (there were only three spots available, and we got the last one) and started on our hike on Sawmill Trail at the Snowflake trailhead. The hike was a nice, easy hike that helped us to get acclimated to the elevation. We then took the reservoir turn off and had a snack at the water’s edge. 

There were two brothers on the dock fishing, and I was watching them fish. Then I heard one of them yell, “what the?” and then saw the big brother looking at the younger brothers face and heard some crying. I had a sinking feeling and just knew that a hook got the boy in the face…I yelled out, “Are y’all ok?” and the oldest brother yelled back that he needed help. I could hear the panic in his voice, and I grabbed our stuff and we all rushed to them. Once there, I saw it – the younger boy had a treble fishing hook in his cheek. The oldest went to cast and hooked his brother instead.

If you are squeamish to things like these…scroll down…otherwise this is what happened:

Thankfully Stephen had some pliers in the car so he ran back to the car to get them. While he was gone, I helped the boy back to a bench and he laid down. I tried my best to keep them calm and prayed over them. Then I asked the oldest boy (they were 15 and 12 years) if he had called his mom yet, to which he said no. I grabbed my phone and called her, left a message, and then the oldest son called her office. She immediately came and was so grateful that we were there to help. Fortunately, Stephen came back just before she arrived and clipped the barb and slid the hook out and put some antibiotic cream on it. She was so sweet and so gracious, and the boys were just so shaken up. Thankfully both boys are ok! I am just so glad that God placed us there at that time so we could help them out because I don’t know what they would’ve done.

After that adventure, we headed back to the car and drove to check out the Trollstigen Trail – a very short trail that takes you to a big wooden troll sitting in the forest.

We snapped a few pictures then decided to walk the Illinois Creek Trail.

I just love the fall trees!!

We checked out the little train playground that was close by and then headed to Cool River Coffee House for lunch and coffee. Since we had a bit of time left on our parking spot, we decided to walk around downtown Breck for a bit and stopped at Mountain Top Ice Cream where the boys got a sweet treat.

We noticed a few people in lederhosen’s so we followed them to the Blue River Lawn for the annual Breckenridge Oktoberfest. We walked around for a bit and then headed back to the car.

Our next stop was also eventful! I mean, the hook wasn’t enough…

After sitting in the car for a bit trying to decide what to do next, we decided to drive to the local gold mining attraction and see if we could just walk up and be able to pan…and thankfully no one was there and we were able to pan all by ourselves! After learning a bit from the guide, we all had our chance at panning for gold. And I can happily report that ALL boys, including Stephen, found some gold! We walked over to a little creek where we could pan some more, and after about 10 minutes, Clark was standing on the small little bridge, took a step back and fell right in the freezing cold water! Thank goodness he was ok and didn’t hit his head on a rock and was just scared and cold. We pulled off his shirt and I gave him my sweater then we took him to the car and used a blanket that we had to dry him off and wrap him up in the car seat and I had packed an additional shirt that he put on. 

Well, all that adventure in just one day!

After the dip at the Lomax Gulch, we headed back to our VRBO, showered, grilled burgers and relaxed.  All in all, it was an adventurous day in Breck…one that we won’t soon forget! 

Our VRBO was in the best location and the owners were so sweet! They gave our boys a stuffed animal to remember their stay and the house was clean and nice!
The aspens around our house were just stunning!! By the time we left, this front right yellow tree was almost completely orange!

See you back here tomorrow for my conversation with Jenn Smith! This is a podcast episode you don’t want to miss! And Part Two of our Colorado adventures will post later this week so make sure you are subscribed to the blog so you don’t miss it!

Have a blessed and beautiful Monday friends!

100!

100!

As I was editing a recent podcast and creating the blog post for the episode, it dawned on me that over the past year + of blogging, I have over 100 posts! It is so fun to see the change in my writing style and even the spiritual change that has occurred in this past year. My “lifestyle” blog posts are becoming fewer as my focus has shifted more towards sharing the Lord and people’s testimonies. When I post, I want it to be more about God than about Friday Favorites. 😉 It is still fun to read those lifestyle blog posts and I will still occasionally post them (like today!), but the majority of my posts in recent months have dramatically changed.

So I thought it would be fun to take a look back at the TOP TEN posts that YOU have liked the most (based on the number of visitors/readers via WordPress) AND the TOP FIVE podcast episodes via Anchor).

Thank you for being here for over 100 blog posts and for always supporting, sharing, and commenting. I so appreciate you!

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THANK YOU, again, so much for all the love you have shown me through this fun little blogging and podcasting world. I have so much more coming your way and I cannot wait to share what is on the horizon that the Holy Spirit is doing in my life.

Have a blessed week friends and I’ll see you here next week!

Go & Tell Podcast with Lauren Greci: Episode 21 with Jamie Kelley

Go & Tell Podcast with Lauren Greci: Episode 21 with Jamie Kelley

My guest for the Go & Tell Podcast with Lauren Greci: Episode 21 is Jamie Kelley. Jamie and I know each other from church and a few years ago she shared her incredible testimony about how God protected her through a terrible accident that left her in a coma for days. Once I started this podcast I knew I wanted her on to share her powerful story of redemption through God’s mercy and grace. I pray that you will leave this conversation feeling the love of God and know that when we trust Jesus as our Lord and Savior, God forgives all of our sins. Jesus nailed our sins to the cross, so friend, know that you, too, can feel the peace that Jamie shares in this episode.

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LINKS AND LOVES MENTIONED ON THIS EPISODE:

Seamless: Understanding the Bible as One Complete Story by Angie Smith

The Day the Crayons Quit by Drew Daywalt


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Go & Tell Podcast with Lauren Greci: Episode 22 with Jenn Smith

My guest for the Go & Tell Podcast with Lauren Greci: Episode 22 is Jenn Smith. Jenn preaches to my soul on this episode and I know she will reach you wherever you are in your walk with the Lord. There are so many nuggets of wisdom that Jenn shares with me and you all – I literally can’t even say enough about this episode. This episode is so encouraging and uplifting. Grab your coffee and lean in to our conversation.

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The Go & Tell Podcast is all about sharing testimonies but this episode is a little different. Hebrews 11, otherwise known as the ‘Hall of Faith,’ has been weighing on my heart and mind and I just felt like I needed to share the testimonies of these ‘hall of faithers’ stories, confirming the fact that God chose seemingly unlikely people to further His Kingdom, who were called to obey and be faithful with what God commanded.

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Podcast Returns Next Week!

Podcast Returns Next Week!

Happy Tuesday evening friends!

It is a late post and sadly, no podcast aired today. We enjoyed the long weekend and just relaxed, worshiped, and had a lazy day on the lake. I hope you all have a wonderful Labor Day weekend as well!

I did bring my favorite sparkling water on the boat with me…Mad Tasty AND they have a new flavor!!

The Yuzu Citrus flavor is so delicious and refreshing!

I love Mad Tasty because it tastes GREAT, but it also has 20 mg broad-spectrum hemp extract, zero sugar, under 15 calories per can, it is gluten-free and vegan!

You can try Mad Tasty’s newest flavor, Yuzu Citrus, or try any of their other yummy sparkling waters (like the Unicorn Tears!). Click here and use code LAURENG10 for 10% off your purchase!

New podcast episodes will be back next week and I know you are going to love to hear from my next guest…Jamie Kelley.

You will be able to listen to this episode (and all the others!) on your favorite podcast platform (Anchor, Spotify, Apple, etc). You can also watch our conversation on YouTube!

As a reminder, so far this season I have chatted with Adriana Lewin (LPC and warrior mom), Kortnee VanCleave (my very talented hairstylist), Dusti Famer (cancer warrior and brain tumor survivor), Sarah Bowlin (mom traveling the Great Loop with her husband and kids), Maddie Bowen (who shares her adoption and foster care story), Emily Honea (teaches us valuable information about the stages of grief), and SO MANY MORE AMAZING GUESTS!!

If you love the Go & Tell Podcast, please follow on Instagram @lifestylewithlaurenblog. If you have reader questions, please email me at lauren@lifestylewithlauren.com and I love reading your reviews!  Please listen, love, and give the podcast a rating!

Thank you friends for all of your love and support!

I will see you here back next week with my conversation with Jamie Kelley!

Colorado Diaries – 2021 {Part Three}

Monday, September 27, 2021 Breckenridge The sunrise was beautiful again today! Clear skies and the sun just peeking over the mountains while I sipped my coffee in silence. Always makes for a great start to the day! Originally, we didn’t want to hike today but the weather…

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Go & Tell Podcast with Lauren Greci: Episode 20 with Christen Patin

Go & Tell Podcast with Lauren Greci: Episode 20 with Christen Patin

My guest for the Go & Tell Podcast with Lauren Greci: Episode 20 is Christen Patin. Christen shares her walk with the Lord through the loss of her mother, depression, anxieties, and more. She is real and raw and I just love her vulnerability and openness. I KNOW that her story is one that you will be able to relate to and will find encouragement through her story.

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Raising Grateful Kids in an Entitled World: How One Family Learned That Saying No Can Lead to Life’s Biggest Yes by Kristen Welch


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Go & Tell Podcast with Lauren Greci: Episode 19: Hebrews 11: 4-6

Go & Tell Podcast with Lauren Greci: Episode 19: Hebrews 11: 4-6

The Go & Tell Podcast is all about sharing testimonies but this episode is a little different. This week we are diving further into Hebrews 11, looking at Abel and Enoch in verses 4-6. The people in Hebrews 11 remind me, and hopefully you, too, that God can use all of us!

I hope that you find something new and refreshing from Hebrews 11: 4-6 today. I am looking forward to learning and growing with you during this study of Hebrews.

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MadTasty – Use code LAURENG10 for 10% off!


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Here. We. Go!

I’m so excited for this new adventure!! And slightly terrified, to be completely transparent! 😉 I’m recording my very first podcast…

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Go & Tell Podcast with Lauren Greci: Episode 18 with Alexcia Griffin

Go & Tell Podcast with Lauren Greci: Episode 18 with Alexcia Griffin

My guest for the Go & Tell Podcast with Lauren Greci: Episode 18 is Alexcia Griffin. Alexcia recently moved to Texas, joined our Life Group at church, and we instantly connected!

Alexcia shares how she met her husband through a rehearsal for a play in NYC, how she accepted Christ as her Lord and Savior, and shares more about her walk with God.

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LINKS AND LOVES MENTIONED ON THIS EPISODE:

I Don’t Have Enough Faith to Be an Atheist by Norman Geisler and Frank Turek

The Ruthless Elimination of Hurry: How to Stay Emotionally Healthy and Spiritually Alive in the Chaos of the Modern World by John Mark Comer


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© 2021 Lauren Greci

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*As an Amazon Affiliate, I earn from qualifying purchases.