Before the month is out, it’s important that I acknowledge the fact that I’ve been doing this gig for 11 years. That’s right, I started this blog before self-driving cars, Kickstarter, Hoverboards and Kindles. Back in 2007, most people didn’t know what a blog was and today, it seems that nearly everyone is blogging. By the way, “blog” became a recognized word by Merriam-Webster in 2004. A lot has happened
I’ve been writing for the Berthoud Weekly Surveyor for 7 years, so I’ve had a long relationship with the town of Berthoud, Colorado. I’ve known about the Berthoud Inn, the only local bed and breakfast, but had never had the opportunity to stay there until I started helping out the owner, Mark Chaffee, with the Inn’s Facebook page. Berthoud is a charming town, and a visit there is a bit
It’s time for another segment on KRFC 88.9 FM, and this weekend is full of Colorado festivals you won’t want to miss. In fact, you may want to clone yourself – and if you figure out how to do that, please share, because I am in desperate need of a clone or two this summer! If you’d rather listen to the audio from my radio show, just click HERE, but
Colorado has all the right ingredients for romance; soaring, snow-capped peaks, cold, wintry nights, hot summer days and charming communities rich with history and picturesque architecture. So without further ado, here are my picks for the top 5 romantic towns in Colorado, and where to steal a kiss at each destination. Loveland, Colorado. At first glance, this work-a-day town might not seem a fitting candidate for romance. Despite having
Seventy years after its first screening, â€œThe Wizard of Ozâ€ is being released on blu-ray hi-def. In celebration of the anniversary, tonight, theaters around the country (including Colorado) will be showing the movie, rarely played on big screen.
For a listing of the various theaters showing â€œWizard of Ozâ€ visit http://www.ncm.com/Fathom/Premiere/WizardofOz.aspx