Tag Archives: Colorado

For CU Fans the Next Step is Winning and Losing With Class

The CU Buffs took on 6th ranked Kansas last night at the Coors Event Center in front of a sellout crowd.  It was the last visit for the perennially ranked Jayhawks as the Buffs are headed to the Pac12 next … Continue reading

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Ringing in the New Year with a Wedding

We ended a nice long holiday yesterday with the wedding of the daughter of our dear friends up in Estes Park.  It was the first of a long line to come. The wedding was at the Della Terra Mountain Chateau … Continue reading

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Goodbye Corn

I moved to Colorado 15 years ago and have easily adopted the local sports teams, including the University of Colorado Buffaloes. I have come to appreciate the rivalries that CU has built up over the years as a member of … Continue reading

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A Forest Rejuvenated

Five years from now you may glance to the west above Fraser Meadows and think you are in Vail.  Why?  Simply because the aspen are about to take over hundreds, if not thousands of acres formally occupied by lodgepole pines. … Continue reading

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High Country in Colorado Beckons

I’ve spent the last two weekends up in the high country around Winter Park, Colorado.  The snow is long gone, the bright blue skies offer plenty of sunshine, the streams have receded into crystal like clarity and the weather is … Continue reading

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Wolves Return to Colorado

Wolves have apparently returned to Colorado after having been wiped out by federal bounty hunters back in the 1940s. This is good news.  Perhaps instead of culling elk herds in Rocky Mountain National Park with 30-06 rifles, a pack will … Continue reading

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Boulder County Voters – What Were You Thinking?

Sometimes the national sentiment spills over to defeat a worthy cause.  As was the case yesterday when for the first time in 20 years Boulder County voters rejected a tax to fund open space purchases. Since I moved here in … Continue reading

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