Dowdy Lake (Red Feather Lakes) – In A Colorado Minute (Week 174)

Dowdy Lake in the Roosevelt National Forest is the largest lake in the Red Feather Lakes area. It’s a gorgeous place for fishing, filming, camping, wild life watching and playing with your dog.

Whiskey Dog had just learned to swim after a ball the day before at Horsetooth Reservoir – so she had clearly just become “a real dog”. You do see that this needed to be celebrated appropriately in my 1-minute video for the week, right?

Scott didn’t catch anything in the lake that day – but the next day he caught a beautiful trout in the river. Oh, yes, this is the good life.

The music is an instrumental version of the Four Dollar Wine song “Some Times”. Since I’m the one who spliced the instrumental sections together, I have to apologize if I botched it a little bit – especially to Thimo Sander, who wrote the music.

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You can look at more photos from this video shoot on my personal blog: Photos from Dowdy Lake – Red Feather Lakes, Colorado






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