It was an overcast, even stormy looking day, but somehow we managed to avoid any significant rain. We never saw more than a brief, light shower, but it was clear that surrounding areas were getting much more.
Approaching Telluride, we encountered a flock of sheep being maneuvered expertly by a pair of sheep dogs. I wondered if this was the same flock I saw being moved six weeks ago. It wasn't that close to where I saw them earlier, but it was the only sheep we saw.
We also came across a group of young girls wearing wings, possibly practicing for some play. The women in charge seemed to be a little amused that we saw them in that situation.
In Telluride just in time for lunch, we parked near this Victorian church that I admired.
The place we chose for lunch had hummingbird feeders, allowing me to grab a couple shots. Unfortunately, service there was so bad we left and found a better place. Given Telluride prices, no one should accept poor service.
Strolling around town, we enjoyed a variety of flowers, including various colors of columbine.
Of course, we drove farther into the canyon to view famous Bridal Veil Falls and Abrams Falls.
A quick drive up the mountains to Mountain Village gave us great views of the San Miguel Mountains. We also took the opportunity to visit an "open house" for a home listed at $1.75 million, one of the more affordable homes in that community.