In my last Report From the Road, I showed you pictures I had taken with GoPro camera mounted on the hood of the Jeep. In this post I want to show you the ones I had taken with My Nikon AW 110 Camera.
The first thing we had to do was decide if we were going to leave the top on the Jeep or take it off. While we all knew it would be cold with it off we decided that was a price we were willing to pay. So Forrest took it off (a job that takes less than 30 minutes) and we are all so glad we did. The view with it off is so much better than with it on. We just bundled up and I think we were all pretty warm.
I hope you enjoy seeing these photos even a tenth as much as I enjoyed taking them! If you do, you are in for a real treat!
These are the kinds of scenes that make owning a Jeep or paying for a tour so worthwhile. I love the forest but so often the trees obstruct your view and all you see is, well, more trees. But if you can get above treeline you can start to take in these kinds of inspiring and life-changing views.
I hope you enjoyed out little tour of the Colorado Rocky high-country. In our next post we run away from an approaching winter storm by driving just 3 hours to Moab, Utah where the scenery is as different as if we were on another planet. But, it is every bit as beautiful in it’s own way. Stay tuned to this same bat-time, same bat-channel!!