Wildflowers along Ouray, CO, CR 4

The Colorado wildflowers are in bloom at lower elevations.

The Colorado wildflowers are in bloom at lower elevations.


Gary and I hopped in his Polaris RZR side-by-side for a little adventure last Friday. Our first stop was to photograph wildflowers (see above). I couldn’t take the motorcycle, given my arm is still healing (though at last out of the sling!), so I was quite happy to be Gary’s passenger. We did a nice exploration of the CR 2 / CR 4 system, which weaves in and out of Billy Creek State Wildlife Area. I had fun piloting the RZR for awhile and am pleased to report that the trail instinct remains, even if my arm isn’t quite up to piloting a motorcycle.
Gary and his Polaris RZR

Gary and his Polaris RZR


We were at maybe 8000 feet elevation. These are not the high-country wildflowers. We’ll see those in July and August. I’m hoping that the late rains will encourage the high-country wildflowers this year.

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One Response to Wildflowers along Ouray, CO, CR 4

  1. Richard E Jubinville says:

    Glad to see that your recovery is going well Dave! Hope to see more lessons on your web page soon, and hopefully into the Advanced Class License.

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