This is certainly the weakest "highpoint" I have sought out, and a very good reason
why other climbers have a tendency to make fun of highpointers. Broomfield is the
smallest county in the state of Colorado which otherwise boasts some fine highpoints.
Not so for Broomfield. The highpoint is at the rural
intersection of CO 128 and
Indiana Street, though by the looks of things it will soon be suburbia and tilt-up
commercial buildings. My brother Jim who lives in Colorado (and the reason I was there
in the first place) along with my son Ryan
joined me for this drive-up farce. We
stopped the car long enough to get out for a photo (there was a short discussion on
whether one needs to actually get out of the car for it to count - no concensus on
that one), and then continued on our way. Even the "summit" photo was lame.
My most embarassing moment of my highpointing career.