Saturday, September 25, 2021

Uraling for Fall Colors

Friday, September 24

A great day for riding, not too warm and barely any winds.

I rode Scarlett, my 2014 Ural Patrol Sidecar Rig, towards Marshall Pass but turned off of FR202 onto FR204.  Soon enough, we'd made our way to a sub-trail: FR204A which leads to a dead end onto a fence of private land.

There was some Fall Colors at the beginning of the FR204A trail:

Emerging back onto FR202, I went pass O'Haver Lake for this view before returning back to camp:

Back at the Poncha Pass BLM area, I found many more campers and their rigs as the weekend began.  Nonetheless, was able to pose Scarlett with the Sangre de Cristo Mountain Range in the background.

The valley below the ridge where I'm boondocking had turned yellow with Fall Colors seemingly overnight over the last 24-36 hours.  So I took Scarlett into the valley looking for a spot that presented an Aspen Tunnel in its Fall Coloration.

Friday's Sunset:


SonjaM said...

Very nice! The yellow leaves will always remind me of Alberta.

redlegsrides said...

Thanks SonjaM.