POTW: Colorado High Country

The Colorado High Country, the Never Summer Range tucked inside Rocky Mountain National Park. This view never gets old but requires a little work to get to in the winter, about 5 miles to be exact. However, well worth the effort.

POTW: Stillness of Winter

Stillness of Winter ~ Grand Teton National Park, this photo also happens to be part of the collection of photos available to purchase. Follow the link to LH Photography to learn more.

POTW: Turquoise Lake

Turquoise Lake ~ Leadville, Colorado. Fall in the Colorado mountains where the aspens are starting to pop in the high country. Stella and I took a day trip to Leadville with the intent to hike along the shores of Turquoise Lake and fish. We were able to check one box, but not the fishing box. … Continue reading POTW: Turquoise Lake

Wyoming Labor Day Weekend

Larry and I have passed through Pinedale, Wyoming numerous times on our way to Jackson Hole and Alpine. For some reason, however, we never spent time exploring the area. During our Wyoming Labor Day Weekend there, we learned that we had really been missing out on seeing the numerous lakes in the area. There are … Continue reading Wyoming Labor Day Weekend

POTW: Squaretop Mountain

Squaretop Mountain, as seen from the "Big Mango" on Green River Lakes. Looking southeast through the haze from wildfire smoke being blown in from Idaho and Montana. Squaretop Mountain is in the Bridger Wilderness, deep within the Wind River Range.

POTW: Challis National Forest

A top Twin Peaks South looking into the heart of the Challis National Forest. The first stop along our Idaho Panhandle~Canada Adventure. The Salmon-Challis National Forest is one of the largest national forests in the continental United States and encompasses the majority of the Frank Church-River of No Return Wilderness.

POTW: Clark Fork River

The Clark Fork River: the origins start deep in southwest Montana near Butte, flowing northwest through the Bitterroot Valley and continuing a northwesterly flow past Missoula before emptying into Lake Pend Oreille, near Clark Fork, Idaho.