If you are anything like me, you plan ahead – especially when it comes to the busy summer months. On that note, I’m going to do my very best to give you a heads up on Colorado summer festivals well before they happen. This way, you can fill up your summer calendar with lots of fun and not miss any of it! I won’t always get ahead of stuff… sometimes
Spring has sprung in HeidiTown. The birds are singing, the fields outside of town are greening up and there’s a feeling of warmth in the air. This time of year puts me in the mood for road trips and Sunday afternoon drives. Metromix Denver recently released an article naming the 25 small Colorado towns to visit under $100. There was some misinformation in this article – Windsor was not “destroyed”
ss ss Discover Deadwood, South Dakota and the surrounding Black Hills. It’s not just for gamblers! Read all about it here.
There’s been a bit of construction here in HeidiTown, so things might look a little different as you cruise around. First and foremost, you can now subscribe to HeidiTown. If you’d like to be notified via an email from the Mayor each time a new and exciting post goes up, please enter your email address into the box at the right. Second, you may notice the Cinema
When I was working on branding HeidiTown, I had the good old American road trip in mind. I love the idea of setting out across this great country in an old 50s car, eating at diners and stopping to see roadside novelties such as the world’s biggest ball of string. I am not a real “car person.” I like a dependable car and I like it to be blue. Although
Nothing says “summer” like a frosty mug of root beer, and nothing is as American as A&W. Berthoud, Colorado, located 30 miles south of Fort Collins, has had a geniune A&W for over three decades. Read my review of this American tradition here.