Looking down through the meadows.

Snowy Meadows at the Ranch

We finally are having some real wintry weather, so took an opportunity to take some pictures of some snowy meadows of the ranch next door.

The main ranch road

And how did this opportunity happen? To get to our house, you have to drive through the middle of this ranch. So the road you see in the picture above is the road home. Ok, fair enough, that view is actually looking away from the house.

The snowy meadows on either side of the ranch road.

That ranch road also leads to the ski area that is next door to us (and next door to the ranch). The road crews stopped us at this point because they had a technical problem – a beer truck had completed its delivery to the ski lodge and slid off the road as it was exiting. They were towing it out when we arrived, so they asked us to wait a few minutes to give them room to work. Funny how my opportunity was someone else’s problem.

Looking down through the meadows.

You will also notice the lack of horses in the pictures. The equine take a winter vacation and leave the mountain. They will be back in the spring leaving just the fields, the snow, and some brutal winds.

Home is just out of view of this last picture, so we were so close and ready to get to the house.

Home is just out of sight of this picture - and we made it as soon as the road was cleared.

P.S. – The driver and truck were fine. We can safely attest that no beer was harmed in the making of this post.

Want more like this?

Subscribe for my monthly newsletter and be among the first to know about new material. For subscribing today, I will also send a link to download the free novella ebook, Alone Together. Don't worry, you may unsubscribe at any time—no questions asked.

More Photography

1 Comment

  1. Juno's mom on January 20, 2016 at 5:21 pm

    You do know how to take advantage of a good photo shoot. Looks so serene. So happy about the beer. Would’ve been a ski lodge crisis. 😉

Leave a Comment


Subscribe and Get a Free Novella

Enter your email address to download your free copy of Alone Together. You will also be added to my newsletter to be the first to know of new creations. Don't worry—you can unsubscribe at any time.

My promise to my email subscribers:

I will never sell or share your email address.

I will not flood your inbox with unwanted email.

You can unsubscribe at any time with no questions asked.