Sometimes a little hospitality shows up in the most unlikely places. The top of Northern Colorado’s Poudre Canyon can be a harsh place many months of the year. I’ve seen it snow in August, and often things don’t entirely melt until May.
On a recent trip to the remote Lake Agnes that lies just beyond, we pulled over to the side of the highway to snap a couple pictures of the ominous Nokhu Crags. Wandering off into the grass and down toward the river, Brian spotted a flash of red.
Imagine our surprise at encountering this beautiful little hand-painted birdhouse. It’ll probably remain a mystery as to where it came from or how long it’s been there, but he was happy to immortalize it in this gorgeous photo.
It’s a lucky bird that calls this home.
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