Tip #3: Be Prepared for the Weather
This tip will lead into several other tips in the next few days, and it was certainly inspired by this overabundance of rain we have had here along the Front Range in Colorado this week. Being prepared for the weather starts with watching a weather report - both for your home area and your destination. You will have to drive between the two to get there and home. You might encounter a beautiful day in the mountains only to find out it is flooding at home and the road you take is closed. Or vice versa. It might be sunny and warm at home but by the time you reach the alpine tundra the temperature has dropped 40 degrees and is now snowing.
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