You Saw It, July 20, 2017

“While finishing a hike at Capitol Creek late afternoon on Sunday, June 11, we looked down the embankment and saw this youngster about 100 feet down the slope. He was busy eating, and wasn’t really interested in us at all. In fact, the look on his face says ‘Just let me eat!’ It was an exciting way to finish our hike,” wrote Karen Klink of Battlement Mesa.

A young desert bighorn sheep nurses in this photo taken June 15 by Marcia Snyder in Lizard Canyon in Colorado National Monument.

Elizabeth Harris, right, made a sign for the #MarchforTruth. Sue Harris is pictured at left. This photo was taken and submitted by Kayla Dodson.

In early June, LiveWell Colorado awarded the Elite Status City recognition to Montrose. The city received the recognition “for adopting five healthy eating and active living policies that help make it a healthy place to live, work and play,” according to a news release. Pictured from left: Virgil Turner, Montrose director of innovation and citizen engagement; Julie George, LiveWell Colorado; and Judy Ann Files, Montrose mayor.

At sunrise on June 10, Michael Spangler took this photo from his backyard of a full moon setting over Liberty Cap on Colorado National Monument.

“While hiking in the Devils Canyon area, I managed to capture this shot of my dog, Nella, as she was running toward me,” Ron Young wrote.

“Dorothy Dutton, Fruita, far right, conducted a tour of the museum at the Rocky Mountain Wing of the Commemorative Airforce on June 20 for members of Plane Crazy, a group that is part of the Grand Junction Newcomers Club. Members were able to see the World War II Navy TBM torpedo bomber with its wings spread,” wrote Ernie Stech about this photo taken by Yvonne Spaulding.


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