Exploring paths less traveled
Nice long ride! The clouds always make for dramatic photos. Glad you found the sun though!
Quite worrying to be heading into snow with the possibility of a snow storm. No wonder you were pleased to ride into sunshine again.
I'm glad you can get out and ride now. I may have misguessed on the elevation at the summit of Huntington Canyon. It said on the website it was 8,000 to 10,000 feet and since we weren't on the top peaks I settled on the lower elevation. But there is still so much snow up there. I'd guess 5 feet or so up on top. The Huntington Reservoir had no sign of thawing, but the Cleveland showed a little softness around the shoreline.
What views!! It looks cold. Did Daisy make this ride?
That was a lonnnnng ride. You two are so adventurous!
Beautiful country as always, but a bit cold for me. Are the horses a bit tired after 25 miles? Just don't know much about horses. I've got a horse you might appreciate on today's post in my blog.
What incredible blue skies and what a magnificent ride.
I can't imagine going on a 28-mile ride. That must something!
Hi Janie, everytime I come back from a trip out of the valley, I find you've been on another wonderful trail. Amazing how you dodge the snow. Glad the sun found you again. Blessings Jo
Seems a shame to get to climb so far only to have the view obscured by clouds. But I like being at the same level as the clouds and still have a view.