Two years ago, the entire Conger family was overweight and feeling the negative results of eating a diet rich in processed foods, sugar, fat and salt. But none felt it more than Glen, who tipped the scale at 375-plus pounds.
When does a hobby become a passion? When does a passion become a way of life?
For Marion Lewis, those lines have always been ambiguous. Her hobby, her passion, her life, is all about her dogs — grooming them, showing them, training them, loving them. There was never a time when dogs were simply a “hobby,” something enjoyable that fit into her spare time. Her spare time has always been what’s left after her dogs had her full attention.
The blue sparkle of a lake peeks out from behind the shelter of conifer trees lining the road on our drive to find a campsite on the Grand Mesa. An opening among the trees reveals a wider expanse of the blue beauty nestled in the surrounding deep green forest.
Pockets of snow dot the landscape even in late June.
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