Indian paintbrush…

A drive to Trapper’s Lake, about 52 miles east of Meeker, on Sunday turned up an abundance of green trees, bushes and grasses as well as a wide variety of wildflowers of red, yellow and white. A fairly rare find in the mountains and plains of Colorado is the Indian paint brush, above, which happens to be the state flower of Wyoming, where the plant is no longer as plentiful as it once was.
A drive to Trapper’s Lake, about 52 miles east of Meeker, on Sunday turned up an abundance of green trees, bushes and grasses as well as a wide variety of wildflowers of red, yellow and white. A fairly rare find in the mountains and plains of Colorado is the Indian paint brush, above, which happens to be the state flower of Wyoming, where the plant is no longer as plentiful as it once was.
A drive to Trapper’s Lake, about 52 miles east of Meeker, on Sunday turned up an abundance of green trees, bushes and grasses as well as a wide variety of wildflowers of red, yellow and white. A fairly rare find in the mountains and plains of Colorado is the Indian paint brush, above, which happens to be the state flower of Wyoming, where the plant is no longer as plentiful as it once was.