Yesterday, Loretta and I took the Blazer up to Owl Creek Pass. I wasn’t feeling up to snuff for a motorcycle ride, and perhaps shouldn’t have tried something that made my stuffed ears try to pop, but I can report the road is clear, dry, a bit rutty here and there, but otherwise perfectly passable. We went up toward the West Fork of the Cimarron, but snow quickly blocked our way. We contented ourselves with pictures.
I took the Chimney Peak photo above from the place where my DeLorme PN-40 GPS finally acquired the satellites. I had my Pentax K-100D. It’s too bulky to carry on the motorcycle, but since we were in the Blazer I grabbed the chance to take a real camera! What a difference between a point and shoot and a DSLR!
Dave…..Tiny wild flowers are one of life’s exciting pleasures. NICE !