Several weeks ago, Ryan and spent a weekend in Grand Junction. This was a true adventure because we’d never been to Grand Junction before. We’d driven through, but never stopped to smell the roses, or rather, the perfume of wine. I’m going to highlight our foodie and wine adventures in Grand Junction in another post, but here I want to concentrate on our morning at the Colorado National Monument. First,
There are few things lovelier than watching a hot air balloon silently gliding across the horizon on an early morning in Colorado. We are lucky to have quite a few hot air balloons flying around our state, and multiplel festivals celebrating this French flying contraption. In this week’s radio segment on KRFC 88.9 FM, I talk abut balloon festivals in Colorado and take a look at one balloon rally that
As you might imagine, I go to a lot of events and festivals, and quite frankly, a lot of them look the same – beer garden, food vendors, kids’ area, 5K, pancake breakfast. This isn’t necessarily bad, especially in smaller communities, but theming a festival really makes the event stand out above the others. One such event is happening the first weekend in August in Loveland, Colorado – and this
Read all about this fabulous Loveland, Colorado event on August 27-28, 2011 HERE.
The Mayor Visits a Museum Series continues… Join the Mayor as she explores the Windsor Museum at Boardwalk Park and the new Arts & Heritage Center in Windsor, Colorado. Click here to take a walk into history.
“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
If you know a dog lover, beer lover, Colorado fan or all three, this book will make a great Christmas present! Their tag line is “Dogs, Beer, Colorado, it doesn’t get much better.” And it really doesn’t get much more Coloradoan than dogs and beer. “Brew Dogs of Colorado” is a beautiful and unique book featuring over 100 Colorado breweries, the brewers and their dogs. Over 200 color photographs