Mesa Verde National Park, Colorado, USA.
This is one way to keep people from tromping off the path — and, really, ON the path as well. Notice in the photo below that there is a bench right in the poison ivy patch. Good thing poison ivy is a perennial.
Haha, nice spotting! 😀
The whole thing is a bit odd — especially spotting the sign in the snow.
Yes! Leave that trail to me! (I am not allergic to poison ivy.)
Damn! Lucky. How it that possible? It can’t be wine that would build up immunities, because then I wouldn’t be allergic to poison ivy either! 🙂
I am just itching to take that trail.
I’m sure it’s good to go in sub zero temperatures — unless it’s a crazy strain of Minnesota poison ivy that thrives in arctic conditions. Thanks for the comment, Dad. 🙂
beautiful makes me wanna go to such place now 🙂 How have u been?
Thank you for the comment. I’ve been doing well, thank you. Very busy — just like everyone, I know. I’ve been bad about keeping up Travel Oops. I’ve been doing some travel writing for other sites.
I hope all is well with you! I bet you have so many things you’ve crossed off your list, and I’m looking forward to seeing what you do in 2014! Cheers, my friend 🙂
Thanks for writing Steph ..yes I bet you are busy..I am now relaxing and heading to Los Angeles for xmas finally and would be in Miami for New Year…my dream holiday for this year now after working hard on my bucket list…yes I would post a new bucket list (carrying some old things from this year) into my bucket list for 2014..Merry Christmas dear..and Happy new year…wish u a lot of happiness 🙂
Happy Friday and do have a wonderful weekend ahead, my friend!
I’m a week late in my response! Happy Friday and have a wonderful weekend to you also, my friend! 🙂
No worries, my friend!
Always good to be able to read new posts from your lovely blog!!
Thank you for your lovely blessings as well!! Cheers~ 😀