If my limited experience with Colorado snow falls counts for anything, we should have had our last snow fall this past weekend. We tend to get one last storm before Mother's Day, then folks start thinking of turning on their sprinkler systems here in the Metro Denver area.
Fiona, my '99 Ural Patrol Sidecar Rig with a '84 Beemer R80 engine is almost 100% in terms of being fully operational. It didn't take me as long as I thought it was going to, to get her to this stage. It feels good to have a spare sidecar rig you know?
After a rather frustrating day in the virtual office, it was time for Fiona and I to ride to catch the sunset. I'd found, recently, this website called sunsetwx.com where they "predict" where in the US there's a good chance for colorful sunset conditions; this was this evening's forecast. Warmer colors = better sunset.
The Denver skyline was highlighted nicely in a fading set of golden browns
as Fiona and I arrived at the usual sunset watching spot.
Yes, had to get one shot of Fiona silhouetted by the setting sun,
so sue me.
The pale yellows deepened into golden shades of yellow with dramatic blue skies framing the glow of the sun as it set behind the Front Range mountains.