Model T, part of an antique car collection lovingly restored by a friend of someone in our photo group.
© PJ, Ruby Creek Press
springs being prepped for an antique car seat.
house on HWY 150, my favorite stretch of road and houses in Salida. Very old neighborhood and kind of industrial.
accumulation in the Arkansas River in the Mt. Ouray Wildlife Preserve near Salida.
I like this guy, his long coat and his coloring. He's old, with a full belly, and he moves slowly. I'd like to get to know him. You can see how windy it was today.
This, I think, is the closest I'm going to get to finding a home (located somewhere between here and there). This is on the way to Saguache and Crestone, CO.
On the way to Saguache and Crestone today. The Sangre de Cristo Mountains.
Driving across the San Luis Valley from Saguache, going east. Crestone is straight ahead. This is the only road in or out. That's the Sange de Cristo Range. The town sits under 14,000' peaks.
The Jangchub Chorten Stupa of Enlightenment, along the side of the road in Crestone. Crestone has approximately 22 religious sites. See the Crestone album in "Snapshots" for more information.
a very windy day up in these mountains. These are prayer flags at the Chorten Stupa.
a sampling of the spiritual centers in the hills around Crestone (actually in the Baca Grande district).
the shrine at the Jangchub Chorten Stupa of Englightenment.