Between a rock and a cold place
Click the pics before they freeze.
Colorado Fall colors
11/5/2020 09:51:01 pm
Brrr. There appears to be some snow on that thar mountain in the "fall colors" photo. Well, I hope you find a place to go. I myself wouldn't get too worked up over the use of the word "lockdown." Many different applications of that word. And science is trying to keep up...but science is slow. By necessity. We're all in a big experiment all over the world. Against ever more devious organisms.....we got the plague, polio, typhoid fever, tb, and other things worked out. This one will be too. But it will take a while I guess....Seems to me the whole point on restricting activities is to keep the cases low enough so the hospitals can handle it. Even in my little town, there are currently 10 in hospital. And the nearest town of reasonable size, a "regional" medical center, has it's ICU full. I also hear that Amarillo has been sending hospital patients to CO. So off we go!! I'll bet if you head somewhere warmer you can find a place to stay....and be safe, if you keep being careful with yourself.
11/6/2020 07:16:27 am
There's almost always some snow in the high country no matter what time of year it is. The pass that I go over to get to my favorite Colorado town of Tincup is named Cottonwood pass and is about 12,000 feet high. They close the road during the winter because of the snow, and the road department always has the goal of clearing the road of snow by the 4th of July holiday. Sometimes nature does it for them, other times they don't quite make it.
Your comment will be posted after it is approved.
Leave a Reply.