Thursday, January 17, 2019

Cerah at the Denver Zoo

On Sunday, March 25, 2018, at the Denver Zoo, a baby orangutan, Cerah (pronounced chare-uh), was born. Her name means “bright”, in the sense...

The Drive for a Dachshund

It was five o’clock in the morning and my dad, my grandpa, my sister Sophie, and me were up and getting into the car...

“Educate, Inspire, Inform”- Shadowing the Birds of Prey Ski Race

“Educate, inspire, and inform.” This is the self-proclaimed purpose for Peter Graves, iconic Sports Announcer, as he worked during the Birds of Prey World...

Climbing and Camping and Hiking, Oh my!

Shelf Road has great hiking, camping and rock climbing. There are many hiking trails in the area. The Sand Gulch trail leads you along...

A Day on the Ranch

CALF is an educational foundation designed to connect people to agriculture through educational programs and community projects. CALF = Colorado Agricultural Leadership Foundation.  In...

Homelessness in Colorado

What does the word ‘home’ mean to you? This question was answered by elementary students at the entrance to History Colorado’s new exhibit, Searching for...

Be a Buddy, Choose Kind

With the school year close to starting, this is an important reminder. Global Village Academy in Parker, has made it a priority to prevent...

Not so Chaos and Cream

Chaos and Cream is a Denver - based ice cream shop. But, it is no ordinary ice cream shop. The average ice cream store...

Your French fries aren’t really French!

There are many stories on why Americans believe fries are from France. One legend Jenny Baeten, my grandmother and a Belgian native tells is...

Mile High Flea Market – Fun Family Experience

On a sunny Sunday in May, I attended the Mile High Flea Market. This is a great place that has everything from toys, to...
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