Colorado Autumn 2015 – III and Last

[Categories: Photography, Travel, Travel photography, Photography 101 Forever] (The Autumn 2015 series is listed here.) I almost forgot Silverthorne.  IMO some of the best aspen viewing in Summit County. Climb both sides of the valley (one at a time) and look across to the other side.  Beautiful.   From the east side of the valley looking … Continue reading Colorado Autumn 2015 – III and Last

Colorado Autumn 2015 – II

[Categories: Photography, Travel, Travel photography, Photography 101 Forever] Meadow Creek Trail, Summit County: (The first 3 photos in Colorado Autumn 2015 – I are on the Meadow Creek Trail also.) Although this trailhead is right next to Interstate 70 at the east Frisco exit you quickly leave all noise behind as you climb higher.  What a relief. The … Continue reading Colorado Autumn 2015 – II

Sunset calling

[CATEGORY: Photography] Sunset is calling. Calling from my iPhone that is. All photos and videos shown here taken with my iPhone5. (P.S. Posting with Blogsy from an iPad2 is a pain.) "This world is on fi-yer" (Thank you Alicia.) (Kudos to the first person that gets the reference.) The sky wasn't blazing quite as much … Continue reading Sunset calling

Travel Theme: Foliage

It's the end of autumn in Summit County, Colorado.  Here is a belated entry to the Where's My Backpack non-sweepstakes.  Winter is coming and soon there will be snow in them thar' hills. (Click on photos to enlarge and use your browser back button to return to this page.) I have sent the SX200 off … Continue reading Travel Theme: Foliage

Autumn 2012 in Summit County, Colorado

It has been a drop-dead gorgeous, bee-yoo-ti-ful, autumn this year. Summit County includes the towns or resorts of Silverthorne, Dillon, Keystone, Frisco, Breckenridge, and Copper Mountain. There's a lot of hiking, biking, boating, et al in the summer. Winter there is skiing at Breck, Keystone, Copper, A-Basin, Loveland to the east, and Vail/Beaver Creek to … Continue reading Autumn 2012 in Summit County, Colorado

When biking is good, life is good…

Especially when you spent 8 weeks on crutches last spring with a fractured ankle like I did.  ANY biking makes life good.  This week: 8/9: biked Dillon Marina – Keystone 6.36 mi and return.   1 hr 20 min non-stop, total 12.68 mi. 8/10: biked condo-North Pond-Eagles Nest-Willowbrook-path hwy 9-outlets-condo. Ttl 8.10 mi. 8/11: biked Dillon-Frisco-Dillon. … Continue reading When biking is good, life is good…