Autumn Is Winding Down In Colorado
Autumn is winding down in Colorado and I would call November 1 the official starting point of winter in this part of Colorado. About 90% of all trees have none of their leaves remaining, and we have already had a handful of snowstorms in the mountains. I also heard there were people snowboarding near Cottonwood Pass, which is still open, but probably not for much longer!
I snapped this photo of Mt. Princeton four days ago on October 12. It was a very productive day in that I drank a bottle of Coke Blak for the very first time, captured a "Colorado Seasons" photo, and photographed a beautiful sunset at Cottonwood Pass. Check them out! ;)
-Steve (October 16, 2006)