Above, Ouray’s Jackson Leo flies past Ignacio’s Brady McCaw for a close-range shot during 2A/1A San Juan Basin League road action on Feb. 15. Leo netted an eye-opening 23 points, but the No. 10 [1A] Trojans were unable to hold a ten-point lead late in the fourth quarter and fell 75-67 to the No. 6 [2A] Bobcats.
To my delight, I found one nest of the Gray-headed Juncos nesting in Box Canyon moss, grass and a few high stems of vegetation that would blow off and on from the wind. Two adults carried what looked like assorted insects taking turns at the nest. The Gray-headed Junco is the only sub-species that nest in Ouray County. That was a bonus for me that year to watch all the activity!
Grounds for startup success: New coffee spot aims to offer a friendly space - and a great cup of Joe
Ouray’s earliest risers can now get their caffeine fix in a homey, cozy environment while taking in gorgeous views of Ouray’s landscape and architecture.