Monday, October 14, 2019

What’s With All This HAY?

Down here in the San Luis Valley, all I see is hay. Rectangular and big round bales of hay are everywhere, in fields along...

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...

Family Fun in Glenwood Springs

One of the most family friendly places to visit is Glenwood Springs.With the famous hot springs it is an amazing place for a vacation....

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...

Golden Gate Canyon State Park: All of Colorado rolled into one

Hikers, backpackers, campers, RVs, picnickers, they're all welcome at the Golden Gate Canyon State Park. With breathtaking views of the mountains, rolling meadows, crystal...

Visit to Mission Wolf

Mission Wolf, in Westcliffe, is a non-profit organization that is completely off of the power grids.  They operate on solar power and build with...

Want to Save the World?

Want to save the world? I met with staff members at Roxborough State Park to find out how and to see what they are...

A Blast From the Past in Denver

Currently, we have not developed technology to time-travel. Looking at a picture someone took is still never as good as actually being there. We...

A Rally for Robotic Rovers

The four-wheeled robot crawled through the sand, and then slid into a crater and got stuck. In front of it, as far as the...

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...
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