Yeah, surprised the heck out of me, too.
But I made it and the drive really wasn’t all that bad. Once we hit
(which I realized I had never been through before), we drove between 80-90 mph
(zoom-zoom— speed limit is 75). Traffic was light and there really is a bunch
of nothing in that big state. One straight road and no trees! Same for Kansas . It wasn’t
until we hit the Colorado area when traffic
picked up. Denver
Even though we’re at a mile high, I’m still waiting to see the mountains. Can’t tell if the clouds were covering them or if they can even be seen from here. Maybe I’ll see them today. That’s if I even go outside.
I gotta con to go to!
Now, I brought my camera, but we’ll see if I use it. Hahahaha!
So… We noticed that there were numerous places on I-70 in
that said if the lights were flashing, you were forced to get off the road. I
can only imagine that’s during a snow storm (what else could it be?). With no
trees, there’s nothing to stop the snow from blowing across the road. And man,
it was windy yesterday. I could picture the snow falling sideways. Glad temps
were in the 70s! No threat of snow. Colorado