Heading west toward Durango, Colorado, crossing Wolf Creek Pass in light, fall snow, the timbered hillsides appeared out of the gloom and low clouds. We don't get a lot of fog in Colorado, so when we do, there is always the hope that something will materialize out of the murk. This is on Highway 160, a main east, west road in southern Colorado, with plenty of scenery from the desert in the west, high plains in the east and much higher mountains in between. Wolf Creek gets a lot of snow in winter; otherwise, this area is very approachable.
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