Aug 10, 2011
We are crossing under HWY 6 riiiiight......... Now!
Green shirt and mustache?
Found and met Ben.
We talked about our travels and shared about a shared interest to railfan Baily Yard one day before the double whistle cut us off.
Glad to meet ya Ben. Safe travels.
Glad to meet you Mark. Safe travels to you too!
While waiting for Mark's train to arrive I caughtthis BNSF leaving the yard.
And here comes Mark.
Ben this brings back memories when you and I missed each other by only a few minutes and didn't even know it...
So, was their a "Meet" photo of you two done or were you both afraid of breaking a camera?
Neither of us even thought of that. You can spot me in Ben's last photo though.
Yeh, I want to see a photo of Mark and Ben. It's lots of fun seeing the faces of folks who post all this text and photos.....:thumbs_up:
Now approaching Glenwood Springs. Starting to see more and more green on the mountains.
Let's see...you're not bald, don't have boobs, not a child, or in an Amtrak uniform, so that only leaves about 25 possibilities.....:tb-wacky:
Yea, I forgot too when I've had a chance to meet up with others here too. Will try to catch up with you on your West Bound ride as I won't get a chance to catch you on the East Bound as you pass through Denver.
Let's see, that's you in the Black slacks and White Top right!!! wink:
Yeah, but I'm the only awesome one there. Besides Ben, but he's behind the camera.
Sorry guys I am a little camera shy... Actually I didn't even think of getting a photo of the two of us.
LOL Mark, you are to kind.
Departing Glenwood Springs. Generally this leg of the trip is when I have the least amount of service. I'll share what I can when I can.
Look for the awesome guy sporting sun glasses and a black shirt.
Take in all of the beauty of Glenwood Canyon.
Into the Canyons and Tunnels he goes...
I'm heading out of town and will have to play catch up on this thread. Take plenty of pictures Mark.
Just finished our short and sweet trip through Glenwood Canyon. The beauty is too great to waste on this cell phone camera, so I used my T2i on the scenery. Taking not photos, but several short HD videos to really show the depth of the outcroppings as we change perspective. Hopefully I can get them rendered using my laptop so I can share as quickly as possible (mid-next week perhaps).