The day started out kinda gloomy, but as it wore on, it turned into a gorgeous day.
In the morning I took a photo of this UP loco sitting in the Edgemont yard.
It’s been there since February when it was sideswiped in an accident. Now it sits until the FRA gives approval to move it.
After some breakfast sandwiches from PJ’s, we went for a walk on Indian Paint Trail. It was darn pretty, though very windy.
We then drove to Igloo. The bridges are open again; that’s a relief. On the way back I snapped this photo.
Train photos are so easy to get in Edgemont.
Later on we headed over to the Wild Horse Sanctuary. Bark about a beautiful setting for these Goldenpea flowers.
We visited my favorite mustang, Sierra. She was so happy for the sweet feed that I brought to her.
Poor Cisco, he’s a nice guy, but he still won’t come for any sweet feed. I like his sweet personality; he’s such a big guy.
For grins we asked the Jeep’s navigation to give us the route back home to Edgemont. Here’s what came up.
The moral of this story is: don’t trust the navigation system in your car! We left the Jeep and walked on Rocky Ford Road, so we could see the route chosen.
Of course, I knew what was up ahead.
Oh sure, can’t you see the average vehicle coming to this spot?!!!!
Do you think the average driver would go for it?!!!!
It will be interesting to see if someone would try to follow Rocky Ford Road per his auto’s navigation system.
We didn’t stop to see the Pasqueflowers today. George did! Well, back in 2006.
The perfect wildflower, the perfect basset!