Fall colors near NW TH

The thunder clouds dampened the colors a bit but the fall colors were


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Dean - Sep 30, 2008 12:43 pm - Hasn't voted

Re: Nice!

So am I. Having spent most of my life in the northwest, the amazing impact of aspens and some of the other rocky mountain types of trees make fall a beautiful canvas. Of course, my favorite tree is the alpine larch and this is the time of year when I miss them the most. Thank you.


lcarreau - Oct 4, 2008 12:21 am - Voted 10/10

Geez, Dean ...

Every time you show a photo of the West Desert
or the Wasatch, there's a foreboding looking
"thunderhead cloud" somewhere in the photograph. If this is any indication of what
kind of Winter Utah will be receiving, I'll
just have to gather up my X-country skis and
mail them up to Salt Lake City. Hopefully,
I'll eventually meet up with my skis in the
future, so I can enjoy some of that precious
white cold stuff. Beautiful picture, Dean!!!



Dean - Oct 4, 2008 11:22 pm - Hasn't voted

Re: Geez, Dean ...

Yeah, thunderheads are part of the backdrop sometimes. Of course, I've gotten off peaks in arizona just ahead of a big one. We may get two feet of snow in the upper Wasatch tonight.
Its rained heavily here all day. Thanks for the picture comment. Mt. Moriah is a cool area.


lcarreau - Oct 5, 2008 9:47 am - Voted 10/10

Re: Geez, Dean ...

I just heard about the snow on GMA (Good
Morning America).

Seems early - at that rate, the "glacier"
clinging to the north (east) side of Timp should be very happy. At least I would think so...

Regards, Larry

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