If you're seeing this drink in as much as you can because you're probably on the last day of your ten day Philmont trek. This is along the Tooth of Time Ridge, after summiting the Tooth and while hiking back to main camp. Center in the distance is 12,441-foot Baldy Mountain, which we'd summited several days earlier. Just to the left of it is 12,044 foot Touch-Me-Not Mountain, which my son, Curtis, and I would summit the next week. Just below the saddle between them, the large, bright slab of rock on the ridgeline is Window Rock (so named because it's easily seen through a window at Villa Philmonte). Just to the lower left of it is Cathedral Rock. The valley just right of center (but past the valley floor below) is Ute Gulch. Imaged in June 2005.