Saturday morning Sprocket and I headed out to get in a bit of an adventure before the snow blew in. (As it turns out, it held out until Sunday mid-day and then it hit but that’s a story for tomorrow.) We drove out to the end of winter maintenance on Last Dollar Road and headed out for a jaunt along the road. Last Dollar is fairly heavily used by snowmobiles so I didn’t even need to use my snowshoes as we ambled along the road, enjoying the view.
And then you look on the western flanks of the Sneffles Range at North Pole Peak and it’s brethren:
As we were heading back to the trailhead, it appeared clouds were gathering but it felt so good to be out wandering with Sprocket.