One of the great things about Colorado Springs, and probably Colorado in general, is that there are trail heads just about everywhere – one can hardly keep track of them all. This post is an example:
You see, some friends took me on this hike in 2008 when I first moved out here. And I all wrote down was “Catamount Reservoir” – I have since learned that there are two reservoirs with that name, North Catamount and South Catamount. Can’t tell you which one we hiked to, where we parked, or any other such insightful details except that it was cloudy.
I don’t remember the hike being too challenging (I had just moved, therefore elevation would have been an impacting factor) – we hiked over a ridge from where we parked and down to the reservoirs – it was maybe an hour or two. Of course, none of this helps much since I don’t know where it was that we parked.
So, I’m afraid that the most profound thing I have to say to you about these photos is this: Take notes when you take pictures, so you don’t end up like me.
Hope you all had a happy Monday!