On the Road is a weekday feature spotlighting reader photo submissions. From the exotic to the familiar, whether you’re traveling or in your own backyard, we would love to see the world through your eyes.
On the Road will continue, but it will be forever Alain’s.
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Good Morning All,
This weekday feature is for Juicers who are are on the road, traveling, or just want to share a little bit of their world via stories and pictures. So many of us rise each morning, eager for something beautiful, inspiring, amazing, subtle, of note, and our community delivers – a view into their world, whether they’re far away or close to home – pictures with a story, with context, with meaning, sometimes just beauty. By concentrating travel updates and tips here, it’s easier for all of us to keep up or find them later.
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Have a wonderful day, and enjoy the pictures!
Today, pictures from valued commenter Wag.
Last week my family and I went camping in the San Juan Mountains of southwestern Colorado. We had a fantastic trip, claimed to 14,000 foot peaks, and had fun visiting the old mining town of Creede. The wildflowers, particularly in a place called American Basin, were the best I’ve ever seen in my 55 years of living in Colorado.
A columbine in American Basin
A glacial tarn on the way to Redcloud Peak
Sunrise on Handies Peak
North Clear Creek Falls is a beautiful hundred foot waterfall about a half mile off the highway between Creede and Lake City
Old mining building outside Creede
Sloan Lake, just off the trail up Handies Peak
Approaching the summit of Redcloud.
Thank you so much Wag, do send us more when you can.
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Thanks Wag – I so wish I was wandering that scenery right now – I cannot tell you how much I love that part of Colorado. I only spent 9 years living there, but the day I arrived, I felt a deep “what took you so long?”, and it’s been a deep love since. If I could, I’d move to the Lake City area in a heartbeat, as long as I had high speed internet and reasonable access to a city/good health care (Grand Junction suffices). Amazon delivers, and, TBH, living around such natural majesty is a grand way to spend your days on this earth. You’re blessed to have lived in Colorado for 55 years!