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Travel theme: Weather

Here is my entry for Alisa’s Travel Theme Challenge with this week’s topic of Weather.  When I lived in Colorado, we had the best weather and cobalt blue skies….at least compared to Oregon where the color is basically gray and on sunny days light blue.  So here are a couple of old photos from the 1990s of cloudy skies.

Hiking above timberline (11,000 above sea level). Storm cloud appear nearly everyday between 11am an 1pm.

Hiking above timberline (11,000 above sea level). Storm cloud appear nearly everyday between 11am an 1pm.

Square Top train. Hiking above timberline (11,000+ above sea level). Storm cloud appear nearly everyday between 11am an 1pm.

Square Top train. Hiking above timberline (11,000+ above sea level). Storm cloud appear nearly everyday between 11am an 1pm.

Nice early spring morning in Salida, Colorado. Mountain in the background are 13,000 to 14,000 feet above sea level.

Nice early spring morning in Salida, Colorado. Mountain in the background are 13,000 to 14,000 feet above sea level.

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Cee

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    • I live in Colorado for nearly 25 years, and I still miss the thunderstorms, clouds and skies. That last photo was were we camped every year until the snow at the higher elevations melted.

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