Spring in the high mountains is certainly not like spring in Ft Worth. The snow came back and the cold never left. Six inches of thick wet snow stuck around for half a day. Normally it would be several days until the snow cleared enough for good antler hiking. This week was a big break … More Spring break came and went, but didn’t break.
It was the morning on a day we were forecast a day of snow. There was snow alright, at 12,000 ft. Not a lick of any in town or in the valley. This was a shot of the wall of snow producing cloud hanging above the 14,000 ft tall Mt. Princeton. It was huge, and … More It Was Supposed To Come, But Didn’t.
The first day back to work after the spring time change is usually a challange each year. Today was no different. The highway was clouded in that gray zone between night and day, the gray at conceals deer and elk from easy sight. The same gray that is just enough to negate your bright lights. … More An Uphill Journey
Driving home from a skunk day of fishing had one golden gift. A cloud formation that looked like a snowcapped mountain 30k ft high. The clouds changed so quickly another looked like a whale swimming. A third change appeared to resemble a pod of dolphins without dorsal fins. The archs of airbourne backs and pointed … More Weird Cloud Formation
I looked outside the teacher workroom Monday morning to a pretty sight of snow covering the local high school football field. To my surprise a trail of prints stood out. It looked as though a herd of teens ran a lap or two around the field. A few observations…. First off, back in Texas, school … More Colorado Tough!