We took a break from visiting Breckenridge because we’d frequented this Colorado mountain town so much that some HeidiTown citizens thought we lived there. So, I didn’t put it on the travel list for a few years (then the pandemic showed up, and before long, it’s been five years). I hadn’t been a judge at Ullr Fest parade for nearly a decade, but they asked me this year. I was
For years, we’ve been stocking up on Alamosa’s San Luis Valley Brewing Company’s green chile beer, Valle Caliente, when we’re in the area. Sadly, we can’t buy it here in Loveland, Colorado. So, obviously, Alamosa’s beer scene has long been on our radar. On the most recent trip at the end of January, we spent time at all three breweries in town. In fact, Spare Keg Brewerks, formerly, Square Peg
Georgetown is a hidden town with hidden gems. For years, it ran under the radar as it was tucked under Interstate 70. The latter was what helped keep it a secret, despite being just 45 minutes west of Denver. It’s not a secret anymore and these three restaurants definitely shouldn’t be a secret either. Ryan, my plus one on most HeidiTown trips, couldn’t make it up until Saturday, so on
Most of us don’t milk cows or forage for our own food as we once did. We shop in warm grocery stores and sleep under down comforters. We’ll aprés-ski outdoors at a ski slope around a roaring fire pit to look cool with our friends but otherwise, let’s face it, we are delicate. When dining and drinking beer was forced outside due to COVID-19 mandates, many of us were worried.