Cover $10.95 Nod dents or cracks, slots in good condition. Please include $9.15 shipping.
Dave Huson, 2116 Charro Ave. Longmont, Co. 80504
Several Covers Gone but still have more.
Picture above is on Trail Ridge Just above the two miles above sea level sign. Rainbow Curve is about a mile or so above this picture. The road above Rainbow Curve was closed due to snow, I think the road was opened to Rainbow curve early when this picture was taken.
Picture was taken in May.
wow Dave, I thought we got snow here in Vermont,I guess I wont complain any more.
I understand that the Park Service uses cats to push the snow down to where the snow plows can blow the snow away. When I was a kid and lived not too far from Donner Pass a crew of railway workers got caught between two snow banks like this one and a Southern Pacific engine came and the crew could not climb the banks and got chewed up into little pieces and blown over the snow banks.
I believe the plows are referred to as ROTARY PLOWS. One time I was headed over Cameron Pass and came up behind one. I stopped behind him and walked up beside it to take a picture. The driver immediately stopped and opened his window and asked if I needed help. I told him no I just wanted to take a picture so he started up the rotary plow and went on blowing snow. I went back to my T and I could not get going as it was uphill and there was about 4 inches of packed snow behind the plow. I had to back down the hill it seemed like about a mile but maybe not. I finally found a bare spot and got going up hill again, passed the rotary plow waved and went on over the pass to Walden Colorado. I did get a good picture of the plow and if I can find it I will try to post it. They are a very spectacular sight blowing snow up in air beside the road.
Still have some covers.