Tag Archives: American West

An ex-racecar driver. A lady who once owned two rattlesnakes. A former pole climber (utility poles, that is) who know keeps bees. And a woman who was terrified of fish. This was the group we recently took on a team … Continue reading
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A new study from neuroscientists at the University of Western Australia debunked the long-held myth that drinking causes depression. (Read about it here) We were certainly glad to hear that after all the beer we drank on our Boulder Beer Tour … Continue reading
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September is breeding season for elk, known as “rut,” from the Latin meaning “roar.” If you’ve ever been around a male elk in the fall, you’ll know why. As the bull (male) elks descend to lower elevations to mate, they … Continue reading
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A new poll conducted by Business Insider found that Americans think Colorado has the most beautiful scenery. 1,603 U.S. citizens were asked to rate states based on a variety of criteria, like most annoying sports fans, best and worst food, … Continue reading
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10 things you probably didn’t know about Pikes Peak: 1.) — The mountain is one of two 14ers in Colorado where the summit is reachable by vehicle. 2.) The road leading to the summit, named Pikes Peak Highway, was not fully paved until Oct. 1, 2011. Continue reading
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The Fourth of July is right around the corner, and it’s during this time of year that many people pause to reflect on the many freedoms we are afforded as Americans. One of those that tends to get overlooked is … Continue reading
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