But, per usual, the fog burned off to reveal a great view of the Spanish Peaks and the Sangre de Cristo mountain range.
Up high the leaves are changing quickly and falling down, but at 7,000 feet it is still cool and beautiful.
In the small town of La Veta, the first Saturday in October is reserved for Octoberfest! The whole town shuts down with Main Street closed to cars, so vendors from everywhere can sell their wares…
What’s not to like about that?
Looking forward to another amazing light show tonight, like the sunset we had here a few nights ago.
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