Snowfall On Mt. Princeton
It was a really long and busy week with so many friends and today was my first "back to normal" day in good ol' Buena Vista. The weather has dropped considerably in the past few days and snow is covering peaks over 13,000+ feet in elevation. There are some bright autumn colors happening way up in the highest parts of Colorado's high country, with some "teasing" of color in the elevations from 8,000 to 10,000 feet. By the way, I snapped this photo at the overlook west of Johnson Village. It would have been a great photo if the sky would have been clearer.
Here are some of my pictorials and articles so far from the week long activities with my friends: Cottonwood Pass, Cabin In Maysville, Berthoud Pass, Dinner in Estes Park and Miniature Golf In Salida. :)
-Steve (September 9, 2006)