Road trip (Part 1) Denver Colorado
The Rocky Mountains and the Denver prairie.
I have always loved road trips, but hate traffic and traffic filled roads, so where do you head to find the clear open road? Across the desert in the USA where you find mile after mile of virtually traffic free straight line travel from mountain range to mountain range. This road trip took me from Denver in Colorado, through the Canyon-lands of Utah, and on into the deserts of Nevada across the extra-terrestrial highway, into California through Yosemite National Park, and finally driving down into San Francisco, but not before stopping off to visit Jan’s ranch in Jamestown CA. (friend of a friend). All in all the trip took 7 days with 2 of those spent visiting a friend in Denver, (thank you Carolyn for your warm hospitality, and yes i left a message in the visitors book 🙂 This first lot of pictures taken in Denver where i also had the good fortune to visit a town called South-Park, I kid you not, I can now say I have been to South Park, but probably not as you know it.!! All will be revealed in post 2.
In the meantime hope you enjoy the first lot of pictures, and many more to come!!
Snow tipped Rocky Mountain view
Antique and abandoned Hay Tedder
The famous Aspen tree
Abandoned transport carriages
Peeling tree bark
The past picture framed remains of an old homestead.
Golden prairie grass
Weathered tree trunk
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