Colorado's winter of '18 hasn't quite gotten to the mythical level of the winter of 'un, but it's fallen far short of all other expectations. Minimal snow + heaps of high pressure = a forecast for a scorched earth sort of summer.
Jeny and I got out to savor the tiny bit of snow that's fallen in the high country. Normally we'd be up there around Christmas, but until ~2 weeks ago there simply wasn't enough coverage to do this loop with anything other than a hovercraft.
This year more than maybe any other they have a right to worry about dust.
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