The nice weather is really interfering with my Christmas shopping. Today was another nice day, I’m on vacation this week so I didn’t want to waste it in stores. I did a little of the Mt Cutler trail. Because the lower part of the trail does not get much sunlight, there still was snow on the trail and some ice so I did not get very far up the trail. I did not come prepared that’s for sure.
Found the Bat Cave
Nobody was home
Yeah I was supposed to do some shopping today, but the weather was so nice, the sun was out so I decided to take a little hike instead.
I made sure I did all of my shooting before the sign.
The tree was lonely, I could relate.
Pikes Peak, never get tired of seeing her.
Part of the road still snow covered from Tuesday
I guess I will have to get my parent’s gift tomorrow.
Per the group’s website “Butchers Blind formed in 2009 in Bellicose New York. Pete Mancini, Paul Cianciaruso, Brian Reilly, and Christopher Smith came together through mutual friends”
The group has released the albums Play for the Films in 2011 and Destination Blues in 2013 and A Place in America in 2015.
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I finally got around to creating a YouTube channel for some of the video that was recorded of artists performing on the show. I will start recording more video as I have finally got some equipment together to do this on a weekly basis. So if you have ever wondered what the inside of the KCMJ studio looked like or wanted to see the artist performing their songs, this will be your chance.
Currently there are only five videos, but the channel will grow with each passing show that I have a guest in studio.
You can go to the YouTube channel here
This 17 year old artist from Colorado Springs was my guest on Front Range Radio. She released her self titled debut EP earlier this year that was produced by Aaron Sprinkle who worked with the group One Republic.
To learn ore about Bree visit her website at http://www.breelefler.com.
Sometimes I need a break, especially with all of the hatred and negative this week.
Thankfully there are many wonderful places in town that I can head to. This is why I love Colorado!