Colorado Scenery #2

We went to a brisket cook out yesterday and the clouds and rain swept in as they always do around 6:00pm. The brisket was fabulous and as the clouds moved out we saw this:

After dinner, Scott and I went for a drive up towards Ivy Creek campground where a bull, cow, and baby moose have been seen practicly daily. Sure enough, they were there and here is what the bull looks like:

A Rainbow, Photos of Colorado Scenery

We went to a brisket cook out yesterday and the clouds and rain swept in as they always do around 6:00pm. The brisket was fabulous and as the clouds moved out we saw this:

After dinner, Scott and I went for a drive up towards Ivy Creek campground where a bull, cow, and baby moose have been seen practicly daily. Sure enough, they were there and here is what the bull looks like:

The Mountains of Colorado Make Great Scenery

Since arriving in Colorado last week, I have been taking a lot of photographs of the area in an attmept to locate some choice spots to return to once the seasons change. Here are a few photographs so far.  These are taken just outside Creede Colorado and just before you get into Lake City Colorado.

Most of these shots you can take right off the road.


Lake City Panoramic


Highway 149 Overlook


North Clear Creek Falls

We Have Arrived in Colorado for Our Winter Stay

Scott and Deborah made it to their winter home. They will be staying there until next April or until the bus will start again, whichever. The temperatures are 60+ during the day and 40+ at night right now. They are lovin it already. Scott is thrilled not to be sweating any more!

Here is a view of thier place.

And here is the view from their front window as of today.

After arrival, a sewer dump had to be installed for the bus. Scott, David (Deborah’s dad), and Randy (the next door neighbor) spent about three hours laying the pipe and getting it working.

We Have Officially Arrived in Colorado for a While

Well, we made it to our winter home. We will be staying here until next April or until the bus will start again, whichever. The temperatures are 60+ during the day and 40+ at night right now. We are lovin it already. Scott is thrilled not to be sweating any more!

View of our Bus from the Road

Here is a view of our place.

View looking out the front of our bus

And here is the view from our front window as of today. When there is snow, etc. I will post more pictures.