The Halfway Mark (clouds snow Spring agriculture mountains trees water ). Photo by ColoradoKat

The Halfway Mark

Uploaded by: ColoradoKat

Tuesday May 21, 2013

Edwards, CO (Current Weather Conditions)

Caption: This is the view of Edwards from the rest area I always stop at when I drive back to Denver. It is just a bit over the halfway point in my drive, provided I don't take side trips. With the rock scaling delay and a couple other road work delays, by the time I got here, I had been on the road as long as it usually takes me to get all the way home. The second half went much better, but the whole trip took 2 hours longer than usual. It was a nice enough day, though, so it was okay.

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ColoradoKat

I am SO SAD that WU is getting rid of the photography section. This has been the most wonderful outlet for me and my photography and I have met so many awesome people and seen photography that has been amazing on so many levels, because of WU. Thank you for the opportunities you gave us with your site. Man, I will really, really miss this. :-(

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