“The train slowed as we passed the boulder strewn clifftop where my favorite Hollywood movie scene was filmed. In it, Robert Redford famously announced to Paul Newman in Butch Cassidy that he couldn’t swim seconds before they jumped off the cliff and into a raging river below.”
Why not travel back to 1882 this week with photojournalist and WomanScape writer, Denise Benson as she takes us on an epic journey through the San Juan Mountains of Colorado.
As many of us yearn to get back to traveling and less complicated times, Denise’s tribute to the old Durango and Silverton Narrow Gauge Railway is a welcome opportunity to enjoy a “rusty spike” coffee and to celebrate life. (Photo credit: D. Benson, Historic 1880’s Durango & Silverton Narrow Gauge Railroad)
Click HERE to hop aboard, remembering that progress is always complicated but life doesn’t have to be when you worry less about doing and enjoy being. Click HERE to view more of Denise’s stunning photos, and don’t forget to tune into our latest podcast interview with Jillian Maas Backman. Jillian’s connectivity to angels is a phenomenal story and one that has helped so many people learn to harness their own intuitive strengths and leadership skills.
Welcome Spring and thank you for spending time and helping us infuse the world with positive stories. Gratefully inspired,
Rose & Team WomanScape