I like to travel, watch birds, and recycle everything in sight, which sometimes annoys people. Most of all, I believe in the importance of restoring our environments (urban and rural and wild) so they are more hospitable to animals and plants and people. Especially the people who already live there.
I spent much of 2011 through 2015 traveling, along the West and East Coasts of the United States, and to Australia, New Zealand, and several countries in Asia. I have lived in more apartments and hotels than I can count.
After my father died in 2015, I returned to Kansas City for a few years. In 2021, I moved back to Denver.
For my take on the importance of environmental restoration, start here.
Just wanted to say hello, not only is my name Beth Partin, but I also love in Colorado…Summit County to be exact. I have you bookmarked now and will be checking out your blog regularly.
Hey, that’s really cool. I’ve come across some Beth Partins on Google but wasn’t aware any of them lived in the same state. Thanks for visiting!
I think you two should meet sometime. I’ve never met another person named Todd Bradley, though I know some exist. If I had the opportunity, I’d have a barbecue and invite them all over.
I was curious to know about the Denver Black Arts Festival’s Joda Stage… You stated that you were not compelled to stay after the end of M*SHAKA*FUSION’s performance…. why was that?
It’s hard to remember after 6 months, but I think I was probably hungry.
[…] Beth Partin has some great shots of Shangri-La Coffee on her January post of her blog Living the Mile-High Life. […]
So happy to find another travel lover like me! I love your concept of the haibun. I might just have to try it myself! Looking forward to reading more…
Mary, thanks for visiting. There are other travel websites on the Denver Links page.
I just found your website and was very moved by your poetry. I especially liked Approaching Winter. It was nice to meet you last night — and today on the Web!
Thanks, Rivvy, it was good to see you again soon. “Approaching Winter” is actually about the anniversary of my mother’s death, though I wasn’t able to get that in there directly.
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So did you ever meet the other Beth Partin?
I never did! Maybe I should go to Summit County and start going through the phone books…
I’m a Denver based landscape architect. Currently I’m dong some pro bono work for the GrowHaus and I would like to include a few of your photos in a master plan we are developing. The plan will be used for fund raising and general community awareness. We will print a few copies in house and there will be no for sale products. May we use some of your images? I can provide an acknowledgement for the photos.
Sorry for the long comment, I couldn’t find your email 🙂
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A great blog! When you are in Indonesia be sure to check out the slow food Bali movement it seems like it would be right up your ally!
Thanks for the tip. Initially we weren’t planning to go to Bali, but now we are, so I will look into it.
[…] My wife Beth posted an article about us being on the home stretch of our preparation for the six month (maybe less, maybe more) travel. She wrote, “Todd has to see the dermatologist again, and I am visiting a lymphedema therapist to get one last treatment before our trip. This is the kind of thing that middle-aged people do before they travel.” […]
beautiful photos to go with your narrative. I feel like I’ve been there!
Thanks, Maril. I appreciate that.
Dear Beth Partin, My husband has agressive brain cancer and I am wanting to get him on treatment with the Thera Bionic Device as soon as possible. I read your post from 2013 of friends using the device for the liver. I would love to ask them for advice on how to proceed. I am also on facebook – my name is Sanne Olesen and I live in Denmark. Thank you!
I’m sorry it has taken me so long to respond. I haven’t been posting much on my website, so I don’t check messages as often as I should. I contacted my friends who used the Therabionic device and asked them to contact you.