I left the ranch on Saturday to head to Sheridan, Wyoming to pick a horse up for my friend in Colorado. I spent the night in Sheridan and grabbed a pretty, mouse-colored, buckskin horse on Sunday morning and was headed South to Colorado by 8:30am.
Along the way, both days, I did stop to take some photos with the big camera because let’s face it, the drive down I-90 to Sheridan is cloaked in beauty. And because you can see for miles and miles and miles where I live, and where I drove, when I got outside Faith, SD I could see thunderheads and knew I’d be driving into some rain.
And then there were these clouds in the Wyoming sky:
On the way in to Sheridan I snapped this photo and sent it to Instagram:
Sunday morning as I drove down I-25 to Longmont, I stopped several times and pulled out the fancy camera, which btw, needs a name but you’ll have to wait on those photos. So in the meantime these will have to suffice:
I am sure there will be more photos soon, and at some point I’ll see what I managed to capture on the big camera.
Happy Monday. May the mighty mountains warm your heart and soul.