Boondocking Blanca BLM

Travels with the Blonde Coyote

csdc Erstwhile elk in front of Blanca

Funny how when you don’t have anywhere specific to go, you usually end up going in circles. I’ve spent the summer driving lazy loops around southern Colorado – I have yet to make it north of I-70 – and I keep finding myself back in Alamosa.

When I’m in this part of the state, I usually camp for free on the Blanca BLM in the shadow of 14,345-foot Mount Blanca. I haven’t climbed it yet – Blanca is a beast! – but it’s been calling me back all summer. Here are a few of my favorite shots from my morning and evening walks around Blanca.

Desert Decay Desert Decay

The Road To Blanca. Nicknamed "Jaws", not even the Rover can tackle this crazy Jeep-track to Lake Como, beneath the peak. The Burly Road To Blanca. Nicknamed “Jaws”, not even the Rover can tackle this crazy Jeep-track to Lake Como.

Blanca Clarecup Blanca Claret Cup

Blooming Cactus Blooming Cactus

Blooms Blooms & Pollen

Blanca Windmill Blanca Windmill

Self Portrait Self Portrait

Wind-twisted Wire & Blanca Wind-twisted Wire & Blanca Massif

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