Posted on May 24, 2011 by Bob Berwyn
Roadside sweet spots
Sunset on the Bookcliffs near Palisade, Colorado.
SUMMIT COUNTY — With a few really busy days on tap, I quickly reached into the archives to pull out a few favorite Colorado scenes from some well-known — and a few lesser-known spots. Colorado is an amazing state for scenery. Many of these shots were taken from turnouts along major highways. A few I’ve left unidentified. Can you guess where they are?
A Colorado school bus.
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A sunset view of the Grand Mesa from Palisade.
A Colorado gem. Name the spot, if you can!
Bent's Old Fort National Historic site, in Southeast Colorado, an early version of a NAFTA free trade zone. click on the image to visit the park's website.
An old barn near Glenwood Springs.
Along the Front Range.
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