Oh! What A Beautiful Mountain
San Juan Mountains Get snow cover during the Wednesday's storms that blew through Southwest Colorado, October 17, 2007. Temperatures here were dipping into the 50's during the day and from 31F to 28F at night.
Meanwhile... While most of you Oklahoman's were being blown, pounded with serious thunderstorms during mid-week,
Wednesday, Oct. 17, 2007, here in southwest Colorado we were being pounded around 12:30 p.m. with graupel in the valley and snow on the higher peaks of the San Juan mountains.
It was Thursday when the Pugs and I headed out for Northwest Oklahoma, arriving Friday morning. By Saturday afternoon the Oklahoma temperatures in the state had reached back into the low 90 degrees. BUT... the weathermen say that relief is on the way with another cool front coming through here in the next few days. Maybe Fall will finally arrive as Duchess, Sadie and NW Okie head back towards southwest Colorado on Sunday!
[If you look closely to the rightside of this image, you might spot four friendly, round "orbs" floating, observing the demolition crew. Whose spirits are these?] -- We have been on the road this weekend checking on the updates of the 12th Street "demolition crew." Thanks for your patience as we continue to run late this weekend with this week's Issue of The OkieLegacy.
Meanwhile... browse on over to our Pigeon's Domicile for this week's updates from the "Demolition Crew."
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