Flower pots and the Yampa River: Signs of Spring.

Lee and I spent all of last week on the Yampa River. We launched at Deer Lodge Park in Colorado and ran to Split Mountain on the Green River in Utah. The Yampa joins the Green at Echo Park in the heart of Dinosaur National Monument. It was a glorious if wet week with beautiful people all but one of whom were new to us. It was so nice to catch up with our old friend Mho Salim who was the trip leader.
The gang. Lee, David, Barb, Masoud, Todd, Mho and Joe the Potter.
At Harding Hole.
Signs of Spring.
Tiger Rock.
In the Spiral Cave.
Late light at Harding Hole.
Steamboat Rock in Echo Park.
The Great Overhang.
Lee and Joe ant Harding Hole.
At home I have fallen back into preparations for the next two firings. I am getting ready for Heritage Day which is May 26 this year.

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3 Responses to “Flower pots and the Yampa River: Signs of Spring.”

  1. Dustin Hansen Says:

    One of these days I’ll join you on the river. I think I need this in my life.

    Looking forward to gobbling up more of your collection at Heritage Days.

  2. William Says:

    Great album…:)

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