McPhee Reservoir Overlook


Today we drove down through Dolores, Colorado and on to the overlook at McPhee Reservoir. Had a few showers on the way and when we arrived there we were able to see several thunderstorms around the area. We felt perfectly safe in our Roadtrek.

As you can see from the image from Apple Maps it is a quite large reservoir. It is named for a town that was inundated when the river was dammed.

A panorama of just a small portion of the reservoir.

One can see a long distance from the overlook. The mountains in the distance here is where the Mesa Verde park is located.

This thunderstorm kept getting closer and put an end to photography session for the day. Thunder and lightening was getting too close.

Larry or Marilyn Daniel
2008 190P 4WD Roadtrek
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