I pride myself on finding out of the ordinary destinations. And I don’t just find them online, I visit them. This is the only way to know for sure if a place is worth writing about and worth sending you to. The following Colorado destinations are three out of the ordinary winter escapes worth checking out. Carr Manor, Cripple Creek I toured this large bed and breakfast while in Cripple
This is a great year to visit one of our state’s National Parks. After all, the National Parks Service is celebrating their 100th birthday on August 25, so why not celebrate by visiting one of Colorado’s four National Parks this summer? Great Sand Dunes National Park I’ve been to Great Sand Dunes National Park several times and early in the summer is the best time to go because Medano Creek
Father’s Day is less than two weeks away, so I thought it was the perfect time for this giveaway. Fly-fishing is a popular Colorado pastime, and for good reason. The Colorado Rockies provide some of the most pristine rivers in the world, and some of the best are in Rocky Mountain National Park. Coloradoan Steve Schweitzer started hiking and fishing RMNP eleven years ago. He kept meticulous notes about his
“A great photograph is one that fully expresses what one feels, in the deepest sense, about what is being photographed and is, thereby a true manifestation of what one feels about life in its entirety.” -Ansel Adams (1902 – 1984) The Fort Collins Museum of Contemporary Art is now the Fort Collins Museum of Artand to celebrate this transformation the museum is hosting an American legend. Currently, MOA is
ss ss Discover Deadwood, South Dakota and the surrounding Black Hills. It’s not just for gamblers! Read all about it here.
from a show on National Parks taken from my couch