This photo was taken after my Adjustment Of Status ( Green Card) interview in Denver, Colorado. We arrived in Denver as early as 7:00 am, since we started driving from Grand Junction at around 2 or 3 in the morning. The interview didn't take long and I got approved for my 2 year conditional permanent residency since my US Visa was K1 or commonly known as Fiancee Visa. So, after the interview we drove back home but that time hubby wanted me to see some place that I haven't been and so we drove through Loveland Pass. It was a very beautiful and interesting drive though a little bit scary because we were driving along the long road where you could see the cliff on each of the sides of the road.
Loveland Pass Info:
Loveland Pass, elevation 11,990 ft (3,655 m), is a high mountain pass in the Rocky Mountains of central Colorado in the United States. The pass is located on the Continental Divide in the Front Range west of Denver. U.S. Route 6 traverses the pass; the road is considered to be especially treacherous during the winter months.
The pass is named for William A.H. Loveland, a resident of Golden during the late 19th century who was president of the Colorado Central Railroad. The town of Loveland, which is not located near Loveland Pass, is also named after him.