We've had a couple of different snowfalls lately. The first one was a week or so ago and was about 6" deep. The second came about 3 or 4 days later (maybe a bit longer) and was only about 2" deep. The images below are of the second snowfall. I'm pretty sure that the mountains in the far distance are the Sangre de Cristo range. We try to take a brisk walk of about 1.4 miles each chance we get, and at least once or twice on those days that we do. All of the first three pictures were taken on that walk, with this one being just a short ways up the road from the RV park. There is also a road/trail of sorts that goes up on the mountain behind the RV park, and we take that one on occasion to get better views around the area. While going up that route, we encountered a bunch of these. The deer and turkeys still wander through the RV park, and a lot of times they walk right through our site. The owner of the park was in the lounge area of the office building when we came back from taking these photos. He told us that we picked a darn good time to walk around and take pictures. According to him, it is unusual (maybe 4 or 5 times a year) that there are nice blue skies after a snowfall.