Cold, rainy, and snowy; that was yesterday morning. At the top of the City (Emery Pass) I heard there was 4 inches of new snow in the morning. In the afternoon, the dogs and I got itchy feet and headed up into the City. Up I drove and found it snowing. I had a hat and my hood on my head trying to keep out the bitter cold wind. And then… I was rewarded for my effort to see the City; the sun started shining, the air was clear, the wind died, and few people were in the City. I felt like I had the entire City to myself; to slowly explore the nooks and crannies. It was special. Here are some photos from yesterday.
There is a story that stolen money was buried by Treasure Rock before the outlaws were killed. 2.5 billion year old rock is in the background.
Razzy decided to stand still for me. Rocket chose not to and has lost this opportunity for fame.
A friend asked to see the photos in B/W, so you get to see the photos twice. You decide which you like better.
Ruth Bartron said:
These are amazing. I have always been fascinated by earth dynamics and what they create.
Rocks are cool!
Love your photos and your posts! I wish I could go visit while you are there, but it is too long of a drive. Will have to go there someday though – looks very interesting!