What are you grateful for? Welcome to Part 31 From the Trail where you'll meet some new and old friends that share what they are grateful for! Thank you for tuning in!
As one of my favorite Holidays approaches, it’s with warmth that I wish you and your loved ones a Happy Thanksgiving. Autumn is an awesome time to cozy up around the fireplace or gather around the table with family and friends and reminisce. Yeah, it’s a good time to recall what you're grateful for!
Hi friends, Welcome to Part 20 From the Trail with friends, Ben Weaver and Mike Higuera. Coming you from the Colorado River below Glenwood Springs, Colorado. The word for this month became "Optionality" when the might wind pushed us off the River. But friends trump wind and bad weather! I hope you enjoy. Have fun watching and please subscribe if you want to. Best to you all, HATCH
Hi friends, and what are you grateful for? Please feel free to take a moment to watch Part Nineteen From the Trail. This is a longer video than usual but it’s full of special guests sharing what they’re grateful for. And if you last till the end you’ll see some pretty funny outtakes. Thanks for watching. Be nice to your neighbor. I hope you enjoy. HATCH
Hi friends, welcome to Part Eighteen From the Trail! I met Felix Clayton from Boulder, CO. on Picture Rock Trail at Heil Valley Ranch in Lyons, Colorado. He's got a pretty good message, check it out! And this is my first run on this trail - for an out-and-back it's pretty awesome. I hope you enjoy! HATCH
Hi friends, here is PART FOURTEEN, FROM THE TRAIL! Or in this case, from the Colorado River with friends Ben Weaver and Mike Higuera...
WHAT IS A SILVER LINING? "Use the term silver lining when you want to emphasize the hopeful side of a situation that might seem gloomy on the surface. The common expression "every cloud has a silver lining" means that even the worst events or situations have some positive aspect" - vocabulary.com. I hope you enjoy, a lot! HATCH
Hi friends, Happy New Year! I'm coming to you this month of January, not from the trail or the river, but from our 1964 Dodge pickup. My knee is repairing from an injury and so that's why this month is FROM THE TRUCK. Kristin and I and our friend Lynn chose three words to help guide us through this new year: Patience. Discover. Capture. We're going to try to recall and embrace these words when necessary. You can try, too. Feel free to subscribe to my channel or like my video. I hope you enjoy! Have a happy new year, HATCH