“Bursts of gold on lavender melting into saffron. It’s the time of day when the sky looks like it has been spray-painted by a graffiti artist.” ~Mia Kirshner

Leaving the Peaks last night as the sun was going down, creeping along a dirt road with just two tracks, very slowly and carefully because I don’t have quite enough clearance to straddle the tracks, having a brief conversation with Jamie about next week, when I glanced to my right and yelled….I have to call you back!!!

If I see nothing else, on this trip, but what I witnessed last night I will be happy! The mountain range was lit up….a pink glow….and I know I didn’t capture the essence of it, but the sky…..wow! Definitely God’s graffiti handiwork!

Have an amazing day in your part of the world! You won’t believe what is happening outside my window this morning! Heheee…..it’s white!

Wild Horses

(Looking west toward the Absaroka Mountain Range at sunset from the McCulloch Peaks Wilderness Area.)