After the floods and now the shutdown Estes Park is pleading with Colorado’s congressional delegation to open up Rocky Mountian National Park. The town says the shutdown is killing tourism, and that’s not the only town hurting.
It’s a sure sign of fall — leaves in the high country are already starting to turn.
Because of the long, dry, drought of the last spring and summer Colorado’s annual fall color change in the mountains is happening one to two weeks ahead of schedule.
It’s going to be a good week if you have any downtime to head up to the high country to see the Colorado gold.