As I finished riding Ouray County Road 31, I remembered I needed to get at least some wildflower pictures for Mom. Well, I stopped by the Alpine Flox and got off the bike. It took me quite awhile to get back on! What you see here are the various pics I took. Several of these pictures were taken very near the south end of CR 31 and the others near the north end of CR 14—probably within a mile of each other and all very near Red Mountain Pass along US Hwy 550. Please enjoy the pics and if you have further information identifying the flowers, please comment using the form below.
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