One of the first things I have to check when arriving home in Crested Butte is the horses across the street. When not giving rides to patrons they are free to roam and graze on Snodgrass Mountain. It is a beautiful sight in the morning and evening.
And the tip of Mt Crested Butte peaking over the old Link Runs - nice intermediate runs in the winter. How I will miss these views.
Looking to the north from our home is the East River Valley with Mt Avery showing over the edge of Snodgrass
A trip into town for garden supplies made me stop by the Slate River for a shot up the Valley in the summer time. This is a favorite of mine in the winter, when we spend most of our time here.
Passing the cemetery on the way back up the hill, I wandered through and snapped
This one of some of the beautiful wild flowers there.
Continuing on, I stopped by this beautiful display of Fireweed, always a favorite of mine,
And it lay also in the bottom of Gold Link, providing a lovely backdrop for the houses behind us.
But as the sun got warmer we could see clearly the horses as they worked their way back to the corral for the oats always provided at the start of the day.
Both morning and evening views from our house are often spectacular as the clouds catch the rising and setting sun.
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Video Tour - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=puTwdBIAVeo