A photo catch-up of life so far in 2020. Camping, climbing, trail running; more mountain biking than usual as Stéphane is preparing for a seven-day mountain biking trip through the mountains from Durango, CO to Moab, UT this September. Hugo has been spending lots of time on his bike and in his book nook (we are drowning in books, but that is one thing on which I will always spoil him). Happy Data continues happily and busily, as do Casa Uva projects and other future plans. Life is good!
And always, fun times on the deck!
The “before” picture: Sean and Stéphane tackle The Chile Line Express: 50 miles from Los Alamos (Pajarito) to Abiquiu
Camping near Hopewell Lake and riding some sections of the Continental Divide Trail (CDT).
An unexpected ride up a mountain in Red River, NM.
Biking a part of The Chile Line Express w/Hugo.
Chile Line Express- snack break.
Great camping in the North Jemez
Local hike to the Los Alamos reservoir.
Taking break on The Chile Line Express.
Trying out the guitar.
Our one and only Tom.
Camp scene @ Cochetopa Pass
Fun at The East Fork w/Bradley
He’s putting in the miles this summer.
Stéphane made this amazing robot outfit for Hugo out of cardboard boxes, duct tape, and an old visor from a helmet.
The dynamic duo.
Wine in the street.
Guaje Ridge ride
Beautiful views @ Turkey Springs
Gearing up @ Piedra River
Climbing above the Piedra River (CO).
Biking and climbing fun @ Turkey Springs
Climbing fun at the local spot.
Local in-town ride.
Swinging around @ The Sponge
Pumping Huecos @ The Sponge
Hugo makes it to the top. “Pull, Aunt Melisa! Pull!”
Fish tacos at camp!
Still baking our signature bread. Stephane has perfected the bread-shaping.
Stephane put up this super hard but fun route in Dolores.
Family photo in the Dolores River. Last family shot with our Myra girl.
Fishing for crawdads
Afternoon bike ride in Durango with Ivan & Ryder.
Dirty river hands.
Checking out potential climbing on Piedra River.
Snowy ride @ Glorieta
Cave of The Winds
The boys made home-made pasta using the pasta flour and pasta maker gifted to us by Tom & Pam.
Camp @ Red Rock Arroyo
Climbing at Red Rock Arroyo.
Earning his keep!
Work hard. Play hard.
Evening fun on the deck.
Hike to a neat spot overlooking the Rio Grande.
We like our colorful clothing 🙂
Learning about cairns.
For Christmas 2019, Hugo received the “little kitchen” he’d been asking for.
Work hard. Play hard. Night scene.
Using the rock to help start on his too-tall bike.