I first wandered down towards Grandview High School hoping for a nice show of snow-laden trees but it was not to be today. There was however a nicely lit gazebo amidst a few trees in a field near the roadside.
I next rode back up north towards Quincy Road and took it east towards the Aurora Reservoir and Aurora Park Horse Racing Track. The place was deserted of course, it being a Sunday morning after all. I was able to pose Yoshie with Mount Evans in the background:
The shooting angle kind of makes it like Yoshie is in the middle
of nowhere, doesn't it?
Heading southwards once again, I rode into the Antelope Neighborhood, got onto Ireland Way and this time continued onwards as the road became Travois Trail, leading to the Travois Neighborhood. The road eventually dumps one onto Inspiration Drive.
I wandered south of this road along its dirt neighborhood roads, and came upon this nice view of a tree-framed snowy trail:
Piney Creek Road
As I was riding along, I spotted where someone had located an old fashioned horse drawn wagon, the sun was hitting it just right:
My camera's battery was nearing empty at this point so I made my way back to Inspiration Drive which I rode back towards County Line Road which I used to ride along the border trail belonging to the Blackstone Country Club. I found the spot where I'd posed Stewie, my loving wife's scooter just shy of 24 hours ago and shot today's final shot:
Prairie near the Blackstone Country Club
The little amount of snow we got was already melting away on the main roads, I am pretty sure the roads will be dry by this afternoon. I'd say we got just about the right amount of snow, wouldn't you?