Monday, January 05, 2009

The Peaks That Shall Remain Nameless

These two prominent peaks were my reward for my Monday morning walkabout while on my Colorado hunt last November. Located at the top end of the shooting gallery and over 11,000 feet in elevation this meadow turned and seemed to keep going. I walked more, kind of to the center left of picture three and watched another vast open meadow until near noon. Nothing. Just some jays and a squirrel. Remember by this point seeing an elk at 800 yards would have been a successful trip. We later found out there is one crevice you can use to get to the top of the flat peak. Good thing I didn't know this at the time or you'd be looking at picture from the top.

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