Sunday Sunset on the Front Range


Been back home since Thursday, getting chores done, helping #1 son practice for his Network+ Certification Test, and just doing minor fix work on the URRV and associated gear.
It's been really warm here on the Front Range, to the point any riding I do is either early morning or late evening.
Such as tonight's short ride to the usual sunset viewing spot.  It's become quite popular, this spot, I counted about 13 cagers in the immediate area.  Cagers that I would end up having to edit out of sunset pictures but I guess their increasing presence is just something I have to learn to deal with.  The infestation of the Metro Denver Cesspool continues, seemingly unabated or affected by the pandemic.
Sunday Sunset on the Front Range
Sunday Sunset on the Front Range
I probably won't go out camping again until after the Fourth of July Weekend's annual frenzied activities and desperate camping by folks who still have to work for a living.  The idiots with their illegal fireworks have already been disturbing the evening quiet, steadily building up to the frenzy of illegal fireworks on the Fourth.

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Tags: Motorcycles, Sunset, Scarlett Rides, Metro Denver Cesspool

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