I went skiing in Colorado last week and while I missed Rosy Finches and Ptarmigans in the mountains I had several nice birds at Red-rocks Park in the foothills. The highlight was a Canyon Wren along the rocks.
The Townsend's Solitaire was a lifer as well.
I saw all five subspecies of Junco at the feeders and the Scrub Jays and Spotted Towhee were also cooperative for photos.
Oregon, Pink-sided Junco, and White-crowned Sparrow
Western Scrub Jay
The next day I tried for a Three-toed Woodpecker without success south of Denver. I did see several Red Crossbills though.
I went back to Red Rocks after the snowstorm Saturday night hoping some Rosy Finches would show up. I didn't see any of those but I did see the Golden-crowned Sparrow I had missed a few days before.
I also saw a Northern Shrike as I was driving in.