It quite interesting to see the varied cloud patterns up here. When temps drop and the pressure changes, certain clouds stretch along the length of the mountains. These clouds usually hang at the middle level. Last evening rain moved through and after everything cooled, small but long clouds formed at low level. From the right … More Mountains affect cloud patters.
BONL Emerald Hydration Bladder 3 L, Military Quality Water Reservoir (Blue + Cleaning Kit) Living in the mountains allows me the choice to do a lot of hiking about many slopes and gulches for my leisure time. On those slopes in the dry environments common to the Arkansas River Headwaters Recreation Area I find my … More Hydration Pack Review
Making art is fun. Many years before I found my first mule deer antler I never would have predicted art was in my future. In fact, I might have laughed at the person who would tell me such. Another day, another project. Here are the most recent. Maybe these are familiar. I got the idea … More Aspens & Antlers Art
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.