6/11/2010, originally uploaded by ktbuffy.

Barb on Mount Evans, elev. 14,264

We drove up the Mount Evans Scenic Byway today, the highest paved road in North America, to the top (or thereabouts) of Mount Evans, one of Colorado’s Fourteeners. As you can tell, it was pretty cold up at the top, and unfortunately, the view was nonexistent. Still, we did enjoy a white-knuckle drive on the way back to Idaho Springs, as visibility in the fog was about 5 feet in front of the car. And it was snowing.

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  2. Yeah, we were up around Bailey picking up Katherine from Girl Scout camp this afternoon, and I was looking around at the looming sky, thinking of your Tweet, and pondering what the weather on Evans must be like. Glad you made it down safely — that road isn’t trivial even in bright sunshine.

    As I noted in Twitter (but feel compelled to note here, due to my “smart” text-induced typo, one of my favorite pictures with Margie (http://www.flickr.com/photos/the-consortium/3200051015/) was taken atop Mt Evans. Crikey … 15 years ago …

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