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10/1/14

OH MY !!

Happened night before last. Not unusual by any means to get a dusting as it's described - - - - but it's a reminder of what's coming sooner than later.

Personally I's rather have taken a picture this morning of a banana tree.

From where the picture was taken it's 92 miles as the crow flies to Taos directly over the west Spanish Peak.

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  1. Beautiful countryside you play in. Love Taos and Angel Fire.

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  2. Wish I could do an as the crow flies, just once. Nice view, it does the brain good.

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  3. On the way down going over La Veta pass to Taos it kinda seems like it's all yours because there just aren't that many people around boomer.

    A friend from da boat says he's going to fly down and I may get to do just that yf.

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  4. Stunning world you live in!

    Linda
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  5. Lovely scenery but what is it that actually happened?

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    1. The two big mountains are the Spanish Peaks. Those to the right are the Culebra's part of the Sangre de Christo range. Some are higher than the Spanish peaks.

      Click on the picture twice and you can see the dreaded four letter word easily.

      SNOW

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