Great slide show! That is a tiny little summit structure. Is there a shop in there? Or were they bathrooms?
BeemergirlI believe that used to be a souvenir store/snack bar...burned down during a fire....never rebuilt. Thanks for the visits.
I like the photos of Velencia next to the snow banks. After our record breaking high temperatures of the weekend, it certainly looks refreshing. ~k
Dom:glad to see Valencia on top of the world. Looks too cold for me. That is a neat structure on top, too bad they didn't rebuild it. If I were there I would be wondering where the WC wasbobRiding the Wet CoastMy Flickr // My YouTube
Wonderful photos. My favorite, as if I had to pick just one, was the mountain lake. It really reminds me of scenery while hiking in the Sierras.I was also curious about the shell of a building.
Dear Charlie6 (Dom):What a great slideshow! Then again, I have come to expect nothing less from you, pictures in which your bike defined against striking backgrounds of jagged mountains, and curves carved by certain death. I was surprised to see snow piled higher than a foot or two, but equally surprised to read the temperature at the top was still n the mid-twenties (F). I once suffered oxygen sickness after being in Breckinridge for 24-hours. Would I have felt a dramatic difference at this elevation, even for a short period?Fondest regards,Jack/reepTwisted Roads
Circle Blue and RichardM, thanks for the visit and comments.Jack...glad you liked the photos as well. It was pretty cold up there....I think everyone feels the effect of the altitude, the effect depends on your level of exertion. I tried to walk as little as possible.
Brilliant pictures, and I cannot get enough of the colour scheme. That orange is simply marvelous.
thanks Sonja! I am sure Steve of Scooter in the Sticks will remind me of his comment from previous....that an Orange Ural is almost an unfair advantage when it comes to photos.....
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