Continuing to mine the archives for new zoom background, and also thinking of cooler times as we start to get into the 90’s. This was from a spur of the moment trip to Estes Park – typical tourist cabin, nothing special, until the next morning. We woke up to a winter wonderland, with that wonderful soft quiet air. Magical.
I’ll be leaving IBM at the end of the month and starting a cool new adventure with a great organization. I’m really excited about the opportunity for growth, and looking forward to jumping in with both feet. To all those I’ve worked with over the years at Big Blue, my sincere thanks for the collaboration and friendship. I’ve learned from each of you, and wish you all the best in the future. Here’s to new horizons!
Just south of Denver, is the Cherokee Ranch and Castle – one of those hidden gems that you miss unless you go looking for it. The castle sits on top of a mesa, overlooking the whole front range (I’ll share a sunset pano sometime soon). We had the chance to go visit for the Elk rut a few weeks ago, and along the road were a huge flock of turkeys. We’ve seen them around the area before, but there were dozens out at dusk, all feeding in the field.
So in honor of the season, here’s one that got away. Happy Thanksgiving!