I stopped on the way home from the Post Office this morning to get a shot of the mountains.
Side curtains. Still a little chilly, even in the middle of May?
Good looking car and good scenery in background.
Norm, if you go on one of Dave Huson's fall tours you will see so much breath taking beauty you won't know when to stop taking pictures.
Steve Jeff: We have been getting little rain is the reason for the side curtains. I did take the two front ones off. Actually the temperature has been real nice the last week. I drove quite a few miles today in just a turtle neck. Tomorrow some of us are going up to Drake for a pancake meal. Trail Ridge is open up to Rainbow Curve and I am tempted to take a run up there. It a little over Two miles high so I ought to get some better pictures. You can bet the side curtains will feel good up there.
We will be well above this sign
When I saw the title of this thread, I thought you were going to tell us that somebody stopped you so that they could take pictures of you and your car!
I have had that happen to me before.
Steve Jeff: Why don't you come up to some of our tours. We will take you up to Rainbow Curve at 10,847 feet or much higher to the top 12,183.
I try to run Trail Ridge at least once every month.
I will try and show you a picture of Rainbow Curve from the overlook.
This is getting near the top
You always post some pretty pics.
A couple years ago on our way to Chickasha, we over-nighted in Vale and the wife & I both got "altitude sickness" - one of the worst headaches ever ! Beautiful scenery but you can have that altitude, Dave !!!
Steve Tomaso: Yes, on one of our national tours when we stayed at Dillon a lady from Australia got so altitude sick that she had to be taken to a hospital. She was the only one that got sick that I knew of. At the Estes Park 1989 National tour with 217 cars no one had any altitude sickness that I knew of.