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Having the time of our lives!

The snow is falling all across Colorado’s front ranges and the temperatures have plummeted to somewhere close to -10F. The chill winds of winter have well and truly descended on the good folks of Colorado. While skiers may be rejoicing at their windfall, so as to speak, for the rest of us it’s a time to stay close to the fireplace, consume copious amounts of soups and casseroles and perhaps the odd hot toddy. Looking through my photo albums including many pictures that have appeared on posts to this blog, I settled on the photo above as perhaps the most memorable of all photos taken during Margo and my road trips. It was featured in a post way back on August 29, 2013. The road lies between Tennessee and North Carolina and is affectionally called the Tail of the Dragon. For our European audience, think of the world famous Nordschleife, or North Loop, of the Nürburgring! But not passing through the Eiffel Mountains but America’s Smokey Mountains. No matter the location but the refere