These are rather trying times! We have never experienced anything like this virus and the devastation it is having on so many.
We believe that especially during difficult times, it is more important than ever to take care of ourselves, our families and friends, and all the heroes in our communities. And there are many heroes that have emerged over the last few weeks. We need anything that is uplifting, and this song fits the bill.
We think it is important to connect with nature to find our inner self, especially now. There is beauty wherever you look in this amazing state where we live. We share a few pictures in the hopes they’ll make you feel hopeful for travel again.
We’ve heard stories about some businesses in our area that are making a difference. Cowboys and Daisies recently donated 44 boxes, containing 5000 pieces of clothing, hats and accessories to the Birthday Party Project. BPP is a nonprofit that organizes birthday celebrations for homeless youth around the county.
Melanzana in Leadville, a company usually specializing in creating awesome mountain clothing, is now making masks instead. Check them out on Facebook.
Broken Compass Brewery is making hand sanitizer. They also came up with the campaign “Beer it Forward” so we can all buy beer for our amazing health care workers and First Responders.
There are so many others who have come up with very creative ideas and we want you all to know how much we appreciate it. We leave you with some more pictures of nature – and we know, this too shall pass!
Be safe and stay healthy – the staff at the Wedgewood Lodge
Through October 31, units at Wedgewood Lodge are available for seasonal rental only (three month minimum lease).
We are not yet taking reservations for Winter, 2020-2021.
Please email if you're interested in a seasonal lease or check back with us in August if you're interested in a winter reservation.