Photographer's Note

Sometimes, over lunch time, I go to a CD store nearby where I work and I listen to some music as many others do, and I find it quite funny to watch the people and sometimes I read the CD cover trying to find out what the other person is listening to and I might try it out myself. Yesterday, some banker beside me was constantly searching his messages on his cell phone, maybe checking the stock market, and I was thinking about TE and what I could write about this photo that is actually my second post in this area.

I was talking about long driving and music, and it was Muddy Waters, Johnny Winter & James Cotton that made us rush through Colorado’s empty side roads. They broadcasted a whole concert with the three on some unknown radio station and when it started to fade away, we stopped and had a little picnic on the road side with the car doors wide open so we could still listen. There was almost no traffic, just every 10 minutes or so some sign of life, most of them Harley Davidson drivers giving a little fancy wave, and we waved back and felt pretty much understood. Yes, this is a free planet out here, and I could have stayed much much longer.

If you are interested in Colorado’s scenic byways, click here Scenic Byway No. 4

And just for fun, camping in Colorado, and how my open air kitchen looked like The Chef

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Additional Photos by Barbara Kehl (baba_flies) Gold Star Critiquer/Gold Note Writer [C: 1376 W: 3 N: 1963] (8829)
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