Before the Snow

view of Picuris Peak, Taos

I’d say this is Picuris Peak, except the summit is out of sight

Sorry for the lack of posting, I’ve been busy here. It’s the old winter tension thing…We’re supposed to go to Alamosa, Colorado on Tuesday (see previous post) and it’s looking rather iffy. There’s snow on the ground outside and more falling as I write this at 10:30 p.m. Monday. I was feeling pretty good about the trip until I discovered a Colorado Department of Transportation website with webcam links that show what the streets look like in towns along the route. Uh, no. But we’ll see what’s what when the sun comes up.

I shot the photo above while standing next to my garbage can at the top of the driveway. It doesn’t look like that now, but ain’t it pretty, just the same.

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