You Saw It, Sept. 21, 2017

“Eight-month-old Bailey poses for a picture in the front yard,” wrote Amy Taylor.



“Beautiful white columbines grace the foreground as 14,156-foot Maroon Peak towers over Fravert Basin, as seen from the slopes of Frigid Air Pass in the Maroon Bells-Snowmass Wilderness,” wrote Kurt Neuswanger about this photo taken July 23 while he was completing the Four Pass Loop backpack trip.



Pam Nicholls shared this photo of her frog and petunias in her garden.



“Dotti Miller, Linda Nabity, Diane Beling and Ruth Coatney of Desert Vista Garden Club spent the morning of Sept. 28 deadheading the Lincoln Park roses,” Lucia Summers wrote.



“Not a bear, just a Scottish terrier named Gunny enjoying the summer wild flowers on Grand Mesa,” wrote Cathy Barkley with this July photo.



“Glenice Overby arrived at her 90th birthday celebration with the Sons of Norway in August via a Harley driven by Jose Galvin. Glenice always rode Harleys, wrote Janice Koppang with this photo.



Russ Wigglesworth took this photo on Aug. 15 while on Patterson Road near Darby Drive.



“Our Navajo trail guide took this clever picture,” wrote Denis Henning. Henning and her husband, Jim, were joined by family members Ann and Phil Larkin from Hilton, New York, for a horseback ride in Monument Valley.




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