Wednesday, September 26, 2018

Wildlife and Outdoor Wednesday

Hello again, This morning hubby and I took a drive out the Poudre Canyon, north of Fort Collins. It is one of our favorite drives, especially in the fall. Unfortunately for us, the colors are pretty much past their peak; it was a beautiful drive though. Here are a few sights.
                                                          Poudre Falls

This herd of Bighorn Sheep came running out in the road in front of us; I couldn't get my phone out quick enough, so hubby grabbed his.  They were running a quite a fast pace-I'm sure trying to get down to the foliage.  However, just as they veered off, they turned back again and headed to the other side.

They were beautiful!  They just stopped where they were and watched us~we figured it was time to let them get on with their grazing.  Lots of traffic on the road, so hopefully everyone was watching for wildlife. There was a slight breeze which made it so delightful.
Such a nice drive!  Hope you have a great afternoon!


  1. What a lovely drive! I must put those falls on my list for taking drives.
    Doesn't look like any shortage of water.
    I was in Glenwood today and the river through the canyon is very, very low, the lowest I have seen it in years.
    How wonderful that you were able to see the wildlife as well.

    Have a great rest of your day ~

  2. Beautiful. It's such a nice time of the year to get out there and enjoy nature!

  3. How awesome seeing the Bighorn sheep. The falls look lovely. So are you saying that the colors have already changed?

  4. Noreen, What a fun sight. Yes, you would want to be so careful in that area. I always worry about der during harvest , it seems to stir them up. Blessings, xoxo, Susie


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