I, Zeb the Duck, and my Alaska cousin, Eider Duck, visited Georgetown, Colorado.
We did not have any snow in our neighborhood near Denver, so we drove to Georgetown to find some. First stop is the Georgetown Visitor’s Center.
It was starting to snow in Georgetown, so our photos are missing the bright sunshine and our Colorado blue skies. But we loved the misty mountains and the light falling snow. The park in Georgetown has a pretty gazebo and it had evergreen branches for Christmas decorations.
On the main street, this archway leads to a small area with seats.
The tall tree by the outdoor café was decorated.
It was too cool today for us to sit outdoors and enjoy refreshments. Looking down the main street, we liked the Christmas decorations over the street and
especially liked this view of the mountains, slightly obscured by swirling snow and light fog. This tree with lights seemed festive to us.
We really like that Georgetown does not cut trees to decorate. The lights and decorations are placed on growing trees. We enjoy these trees all year long. Eider and Zeb liked sitting on these logs.
Georgetown is a nice town located at an altitude of 8,530 feet in the mountains. It is a nice drive on I-70, about 45 minutes west of Denver.
We will be back here soon.