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   Spring 2010...

Images from Spring 2010 including hiking at Roxborough State Park, Easter, The Bolder Boulder, Brendan's spring soccer action, spring school activities and Ethan's 10th birthday.
 

In early May, we drove a short way to Roxborough State Park just west of Littleton, Colorado to enjoy a morning of hiking. We probably arrived a week or two too early as many of the trees had not yet budded leaves. Click on the link for some "greener" views. The first row of pictures was taken from above the Arrowhead Golf Course, surely one of the most breathtaking vistas you can enjoy while playing golf. The rocks jutting out of the ground are part of the Fountain Formation of 300 million year old sandstone that also includes other Colorado Front Range formations such as the Boulder Flatirons, Red Rocks, and Garden of the Gods area. These rocks were left over from the erosion of the ancestral Rocky Mountains and raised upright during the formation of the "new" Rocky Mountains, some 230 million years ago.
 
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Below are images from Easter, the Bolder Boulder Memorial Day celebration in Folsom Field and the accompanying Boulder Creek Festival as well as some action shots of Brendan in spring soccer. Lastly, a few images from a Memorial Day "beach" party at Katie's and Aaron's who live on a lake near Denver.
 
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Lastly, here are pictures from the last week of school and Ethan's 10th birthday party. For his birthday we engaged in a record sleepover with 11 boys overall. Somehow we managed to survive.
 
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