While I absolutely HATE getting up so early, being able to see a gorgeous sunrise helps take the sting out of it. The transept canyon at sunrise is beautiful!
I headed out to the entrance station, and these aspens tried to wake me up with color.
The beefalo are usually on their way down to the desert around House Rock Valley by now. These guys were right at the side of the road this morning.
This big bull looked like he was ready to charge at the car! He kept watching me as I drove by slowly.
It is rare for me to see Mule Deer so close to the entrance station, but this morning there were a couple dozen of them.
The moon was still out early in the morning. I love seeing it up there among the aspens.
It is only about 12 more days before we’ll be driving up that road with our trailer, headed to Georgia.
Somehow when I ordered a new camera for my Grandson’s birthday, I got one too. It wasn’t intentional. I was surprised when it was delivered. It is a Nikon Coolpix S3300 and it does some pretty interesting things. Like only showing the color yellow in a black and white photo.
The aspens glowing yellow among the green fir trees along Hwy 67.
And so ended my work day. Only 8 more to go!