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Red River Rock
Colorado

Red River for all Seasons

Mining established Red River in 1870, but tourism is what has kept it going. The area has something special for each season: skiing in the winter, fishing in the summer, hiking in the fall, and ziplining in the spring. The…

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The magnificence of the Colorado Rockies
Arapahoe Basin, Colorado

SNOW TIME: A-Basin Opens

Excitement permeates the air this week for the opening of Arapahoe Basin on October 13th. Skis have been waxed, long-handles pulled from the back drawer, and goggles are shining greens, yellows and reds in the sunlight.  It’s SNOW TIME! Early…

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Arapaho Basin celebrating it's 70th year.
Colorado

Colorado: A-basin, The Legend

A-basin is celebrating it’s 70th year of operation.  Arapaho Basin, where skiers now zip along tree lined trails, was once a source of silver and lead. Old mine shafts dot the cliffs of Leawee and Grizzly Peaks. When the price…

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Denver East Playground and train
Colorado

Colorado KOA’s: Reserve in Advance!

We chose Denver East, Strasburg, Colorado for a lovely, well-located campground with close proximity to many of the favorite places tourists want to visit in this popular, mountainous state. Situated on the plains which continue all across the Midwest, this…

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Colorado

Tiny House Jamboree in CO Springs

There is a gathering a-coming of the tiny houses August 7-9th in Colorado Springs called Tiny House Jamboree. Builders, designers, suppliers, tiny “housers” and TH enthusiasts will convene for a three-day celebration. I will be part of that celebration. This…

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