Wednesday, May 13, 2020

Herd of Bighorns

Driving home from The Basin yesterday I encountered a herd of bighorn sheep about a mile below the ski area. Like clockwork, they show up in this same area every spring. A mile below this point, a moose ran across the road in front of me as I was driving to work Monday morning. They are reminding me to slow down a little bit when I am driving. It is spring time and the animals are on the move.


12 comments:

Unknown said...

Neat!

Anonymous said...

Did ewe have to use your horn?

Anonymous said...

Would you call it a traffic ram?

SystemLock said...

Bahahaha

Anonymous said...

Nice of you to shear the photo!

Unknown said...

Does your horn make a sheep sheep sound?

Mike H said...

Timberline is open. They’re using a reservation system. Meadows is a nice resort, timberline is small but a good side to summit from. The lodge is an incredible place born out of the depression—don’t forget Jack Torrance will visit you while you sleep.

Unknown said...

Do you think Al wool give us an opening soon?

Unknown said...

Great stuff, nature is amazing.
As far as skiing, our Eastern season was done mid March. Too bad because some of our best snows have been April and May. Really enjoy the blog and all the passion for Colorado skiing. Mostly a groomer type ski guy myself but would love to grace Arapaho Basin with my presence some day.

Anonymous said...

Toss one on the barby as Crocodile Dundee used to say. Mmmmmmmmmmmmmeat!

Anonymous said...

Last day i skied was Arapahoe. I hit a rock on the lower east wall. Got to fill that up with ptex and wax up for warm snow with free water. Got a good feeling for a late may opening !!
The Legend will deliver the goods !

Unknown said...

Oh my gosh, I got a core shot my last day at the Basin too. Except I was in the Beavers