From the bloggers at Interstellar Orchard.
Last travelogue left off with Cas perched at the top of Rabbit Ears Pass near Steamboat Springs, Colo., easily one of the best boondocks I’ve experienced to date. Privacy, expansive views, and four bars of Verizon LTE without a booster: a winning combination.
Mornings tend to be mostly sunny, afternoons tend to bring scattered thunderstorms, with a little hail or slush mixed in. Nights are cool, with lows in the mid to upper 30’s. Up here in the mountains, summer won’t be lasting too much longer. On one night in the nine I stay here, the evening sky clears up and I catch a photo of last light in the pass.
A couple times I make runs into Steamboat Springs and take advantage of the excellent library where one can view the Yampa River and the spring the town is named for right from the seating area on the second floor.
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