We woke to clear skies and a fine view of the divide. We have been in and out of some cloudy, foggy type of weather for a few days. Yesterday I made a run down the hill to pick up some lumber, as I left Nederland is was fairly sunny, but as I descended the canyon I could see the cloud bank near Boulder Falls. This is the typical stratification level for those inversion days when we have some sun up here in the mountains and the flats are socked in. I wish I had brought my camera along as the foggy / cloud cover paints every little twig and branch with a delicate layer of ice crystals. Here is pic I shot a couple years ago that can give you an idea of what this looks like. What this pic does not show is the scale of the phenomenon. To see an entire landscape frosted this way is truly breathtaking.