Sulphur Peak




Overnight rain, wind, hail and a light dusting of snow down to 2,000 feet for our Christmas present on Dry Creek. Fairly rare, especially during the last four years.

Whole family here jamming into the late night hours (10:00 p.m., 3 hours past my bedtime), Robbin and Bob with guitars, Jaro and I with harmonicas, all singing what lyrics we knew.

All good, beautiful morning, Christmas 2015!



Bagels and lochs on the deck.


6 responses to “Sulphur Peak

  1. And a Merry Christmas to you. I appreciate reading your daily posts. Puts me in touch with the country I grew up in. Keep it up.

    CJ Ewell

    Date: Fri, 25 Dec 2015 16:03:01 +0000 To:

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  2. Makes me long for Wyoming, John. 🙂 Thanks for my mountain/western fix.


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  3. Sounds like a fine time!!!

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  4. Peter Notehelfer

    Snow in the lower Sierra Nevadas: yes, that is a Christmas gift I can understand . . . Blessed day! Blessed year ahead . . .

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  5. John and Robin,
    Merry Christmas from Canada the Hertz Crew!


  6. Family and snow both? How more blessed can you get?
    It’s a “Wonderful Life”


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