Rocky Mountain Wednesdays

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The weather is nothing like this today! Jerry took these photos last week in Colorado Springs, you’re looking at the famous Pikes Peak. We lived in Colorado Springs ages ago and had a very nice view of Pikes. We also often visited Glen Eyrie where these bighorn sheep are grazing.

Here is what the national weather service is saying about or current weather conditions – Snow… heavy at times will continue into Thursday. Total snowfall accumulations of 14 to 28 inches are expected… with up to 36 inches possible near the foothills. North winds of 15 to 30 mph will produce areas of blowing and drifting snow.

I took a few pictures from my windows this morning (I’m not going out there), it has continued to snow heavily throughout the day and is much deeper.

Thank you again for the get well wishes, still not feeling great and lots of coughing going on, but I do think the medication is helping.


9 thoughts on “Rocky Mountain Wednesdays

  1. These are cool pictures. Don’t like the fact that you’re getting so much snow (our turn will come here in Wisconsin soon enough). Please take care of yourself and rest whenever possible. Hugs to you.

  2. Will this surpass that horrible snow storm in 2006 that was right near Christmas? I happened to travel there as that weather was bombarding Denver. I-70 was perfect until we came over the mountain into Denver, then suddenly the whole place was practically shut down. Only certain streets were open. There were cars parked by the side of the roads that were stuck in the snow (too numerous to count.) I think my mom’s place got at least 2 feet or more. It was amazing.

  3. I am sorry to hear that you are not feeling well – hope that you get better soon. The mountain pics are wonderful as always – would love to visit Colorado one day. We had some very heavy snowfall here in Yorkshire last Feb that shut our road for 2 weeks – hope that you don’t get snowbound.

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