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Is Winter Here Already?

For the past couple of weeks, the southwest has been experiencing freezing, no frigid temperatures.  From Hobbs, NM which is far down into the south east of New Mexico to the northern part of the White Mountains of Arizona and into Southern Colorado (where I live).  Today only topped out at 19 above zero. But, […]

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Amazing Night Skies

Here is a photo taken by Thomas O’Brien  of the Maroon Bells near Aspen, Co. The Maroon Bells can be one of the most crowded and crazy places to try to take photos in Colorado. I think it carries the distinction of being the most photographed mountain in all of North America. If you decide […]

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Magazine Survey Gives Utah Ski Resorts High Marks

If you love to ski whether it is down hill or cross-country, then read on….. SKI » Readers place three Park City areas in the top 10. By Tom Wharton,  The Salt Lake Tribune Some 20,000 SKI magazine readers have given Utah’s ski resorts high marks for the publication’s 2014 Reader Resort Survey for western […]

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Brazilian Free-Tailed Bats Incredible Journey

In a remote part of the San Luis Valley of Southern Colorado, an abandoned iron mine is the site of a unique and special wildlife display. Each summer, people hike to the Orient Mine at Orient Land Trust (OLT) to witness the outflight of the largest bat colony in Colorado. The population of this colony […]

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Sensational Outdoor Concert in the Pines

Picture yourself traveling through historic mountain passes with tunnels, horseshoe curves, seeing abundant wildlife and spectacular views of the San Luis Valley and the Sangre de Cristo Mountain Ranges all in the comfort of a restored 100 year old steam engine on the Rio Grande Railroad.   On Aug. 25th, a dear friend and I […]

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