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Kayaks on Snow – Monarch Mountain 2014

The world famous Big Sky Pond Skim was wilder and wackier than ever. Two Ponds with two jumps and a massive rail created quite a spectacle with all the colorful (and crazy) pond skimmers going big. Video By Chris Kamman with help from Gunnar Oliphant, Andreas Schroeder & Augie Sheild They will be holding this […]

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Never Put Off Till Tomorrow What You Can Do Today!

Yesterday was just the perfect day for an autumn hike in the Sangre de Cristo Wilderness and the Great Sand Dunes National Preserve. For those of you who don’t know where the Great Sand Dunes are, they are in Southern Central Colorado.  I chose Mosca Pass trail which is a 7-mile round trip hike up […]

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4th Annual San Juan Mining Conference

The 4th Annual San Juan Mining Conference will be held in Creede, Colorado on April 24 and 25 2014!  The conference is free and open to everyone (although lunch is $10 for each day). Thursday April 24, 2014, we will be hosting two concurrent session one of which is about the Colorado Data Sharing Network […]

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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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