Roy's Postcards: 1983/06/29
On our trip today to and from Telluride, Colorado from Rico, we went over Lizard Head Pass and saw this unique formation. Leonard got very excited about it ~ indicative of this propensity for reptiles.
LIZARD HEAD PEAK. Rising to a height of 13,156 ft., this unique rock formation resembling a Horned lizard's head, can be seen from Lizard Head Pass on Highway 145 between Dolores and Telluride, Colorado.
B10593-Color Photo: Bob Petley
Telluride to come pick you up!
This card is mismatched, but I can't let you leave without a picture of the still-awesome Lizard Head Peak.
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