When this Colorado attraction made it on my radar this winter I was so excited. This is the type of unique event that I love to share with my readers. This amazing structure, located in Silverthorne, Colorado, is built entirely by hand using ice and water as the sole building materials. There is nothing like it in the country and quite possibly the world. You can visit the castle during
It’s another upside down week here in HeidiTown.com. This post usually goes up on Thursday, but again, a writing conflict is interfering with the Tuesday post, so I’m posting this early. The following is my weekly segment on KRFC 88.9 FM. Listen to the audio –> HERE, or read the following transcript of the show. Hi, my name is Heidi, and I’m the Mayor of HeidiTown.com, a blog about events,
It’s an upside down week here at HeidiTown.com. The transcripts from my radio segment on KRFC 88.9 FM, usually get posted on Thursdays, but due to a writing scheduling conflict this week, I’m switching things up. On Thursday, I will post my review of Cole Porter’s “Anything Goes,” now playing at the Candlelight Dinner Playhouse. Listen to the audio of the follow transcript –> HERE. Hi, my name is Heidi
The following is the HeidiTown weekly segment on KRFC 88.9 FM, public radio in Fort Collins, Colorado. Listen to the audio —> HERE Hi, my name is Heidi, and I’m the Mayor of HeidiTown.com, a blog about Colorado events, festivals and road trips. I have become the expert on Colorado travel, so be sure you are hooked up with me in the world of Social Media. The town is especially
After the holidays, things slow down”¦ especially along the Front Range of Colorado, but there’s still tons of fun to be had, especially in the mountains. It seems that every mountain town and ski resort has a festival during the winter months. This is not a top 5 list because quite frankly I’m not sure how I would narrow it down to a top five; each town has a unique
The following is the transcript from HeidiTown’s weekly radio segment on KRFC 88.9 FM in Fort Collins, Colorado. Covering the weekend of January 6-8, 2012. Listen to the audio —> HERE. Hi, my name is Heidi and I’m the mayor of HeidiTown.com, a blog about events, festivals and road trips around Colorado. It’s looking like January is a rather quiet month in Northern Colorado, so if you know of an
The 3rd Annual Estes Park Winter Festival runs Friday, January 13 through Sunday, January 15, 2012. Last year, my husband and I decided to randomly check out this event without really knowing what to expect, and we had so much fun! In addition to the interactive ice castle, which is really great for kids, we loved the chili cook off. I think we sampled over forty green and red chilis.
I’m not one for resolutions. I have too much guilt when I stray, but I do like lists”¦ to-do lists, packing lists, and even grocery lists. Here’s a list of the things I think should be on your 2012 Colorado To-Do List. Do one or do a few, or make it your New Years Resolution to do them all! And if you do, do them all, I’ll come up with
Loveland’s Snow Sculpture in the Dark is quickly becoming a premiere festival in Northern Colorado. This year’s event runs December 5-10, 2011. Read all about it by clicking here!
Just because it’s winter doesn’t mean you can’t get out and enjoy the outdoors and wildlife. I checked a couple Northern Colorado newspaper calendars to gather this information and you can check your local newspaper for winter walks and hikes in your area. From birding walks to snowshoeing, these Northern Colorado events will educated you and provide exercise too! Loveland, CO – Wintertime Wildlife Hike Devil’s Backbone Nature Trail FREE