I wrote this post as my first 5 years ago. As I was tracking out new terrain today on my shoes, I thought about this post. Its crazy how some things are completely different and some haven't changed a bit. Ken and I were out just a few days ago on our snowshoes and pretty similar to 5 years ago, it was impromptu and fun.
Fun is a relative term. If you have ever spent half a day with me, you've probably heard me say this; "Fun is relative". Some chose the more popular "fun" activities, like skiing, biking, reading(per my wife), or lounging in our local Hot Springs. But, again, fun is relative. There is plenty of "fun" for all.
The definition of fun:
1.amusement: a time or feeling of enjoyment or amusement
2.something amusing: something that provides enjoyment or amusement
|the best training partners, under 7 miles...|
|view from the ridge of West Glenwood Springs|
Update: Ken made it home safely. I caught up to him about a mile from our start. He appeared to be having "fun".