Ouray, Colorado

Drove from Leadville, Colorado to Ouray, Colorado today. A bit warm in the valleys but pretty nice in Ouray. When we got to town they had just finished their parade, half of Colorado must be here! Streets were lined with vehicles and pedestrians were really thick. Traffic was nearly at a standstill.

Below, a view of most of Ouray. The entire town is a National Historic District. Beautiful older homes and buildings.

Below, a wild flower, perhaps an aster.

Larry or Marilyn Daniel
2008 190P 4WD Roadtrek
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Traveling photographer of scenic, wildlife, birds, wild flowers and other things that interest me. I also have a Web site with many images taken in North America. OzarksPhotos.com .
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2 Responses to Ouray, Colorado

  1. Amy says:

    Way cool! Some very valid points! I appreciate
    you penning this article and also the rest of the website is very good.

  2. Ashworth Rick says:

    Hi Larry, sure enjoying your photos and envious of your adventure. A couple years ago on my annual trek to Florida to see the grandkids I went through Ouray. It was late October and absolutely deserted, snow and cold. All the RV parks were closed. I tried to head up into the woods to a forest service camp, but when the snow reached 6 inches on a steep hill I chickened out. Spent the night parked in a gravel pit south of town about half mile from the big KOA park. It was a pleasant night. Going over the top the next morning was a little dicey, but worth the adventure. We do have some beautiful country! Travel safe, Rick


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