(nr Lake City CO)
From my camp on Henson Creek, I walked and biked up and down Engineer Pass Rd, and took photos as I was exploring. The scenes were varied and mostly beautiful. These are some of the things I saw.
Across the road, a short way into the forest and up a steep hill, was found the Pike Snowden Cabin, built in the 1800s, by an eccentric miner. Next to it, was a nice meadow used by folks for camping or having a picnic.
A cliff poking out of the tall pines made an impressive site. Cascades flowing into Henson Creek was also exciting to see and hear. Further up the road, was a pretty scene of the creek beneath the towering 14,000 ft plus snowy peaks.
I caught a glimpse of Tardis between the trees, in the distance, as I was pushing through the brush along the edge of Henson Creek. Beautiful nature and the clear, cool, mountain air made for pleasant meandering.
Camp: BLM-Henson Creek-boondock
Scene: Cabin, creek, mountains