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Wednesday, June 6th, 2012 at 3:37pm. 418 Views, 0 Comments.
Enjoy a beautiful spring day in Colorado and take advantage of free entry* to all National Parks in honor of Get Outdoors Day this Saturday. Head out to Rocky Mountain National Park, or Sand Dunes National Park and remind yourself why we are so privileged to be living in such an amazing place.
If you want to stick to the city this weekend, you can still enjoy the Get Outdoors Colorado event at Denver's City Park. There will be rock climbing, kayaking, live music, dancing, fishing, canoeing, hula hooping and much more. The event is free and promises to be a fun event for all ages.
*Fee waiver includes: entrance fees, commercial tour fees, and transportation entrance fees. Other fees such as reservation, camping, tours, concession and fees…
Friday, August 26th, 2011 at 9:53am. 640 Views, 0 Comments.
Once again Colorado cities and towns have been recognized as some of the best places to live in the United States. In fact, Louisville, CO was named the best place to live for the 2nd time in 3 years by CNN and Money Magazine. Colorado tied for the most cities on the list, has four other cities (Superior, Parker, Black Forest, Castle Rock) in Colorado ranked among the top 100 cities in America. Westminster, Ft. Collins, Colorado Springs, Arvada missed the list this, but have been listed as top places to live in the past few years. While I don't understand how a city can rank in the top 20 one year and not in the top 100 the next, but I guess they do have to limit how many cities are from one state.
Colorado's tech, clean energy, aerospace, and…
Saturday, June 25th, 2011 at 9:52pm. 499 Views, 2 Comments.
The 4 of July is not only a holiday with fireworks, BBQ’s, parties and so on ...it really does have a true meaning that I had not really paid attention to since I got out of high school.
A LITTLE REVIEW.......
During the American Revolution we separated from Great Britian on July 2 1776.
The Declaration of Independence was prepared by a committee of 5 being led by Thomas Jefferson and approved on July 4 1776.
The soldiers were so happy they shot off guns with a lot of screams of happiness. The gunfire has now turned into fireworks.
In 1928 congress changed Independence Day to a paid Federal Holiday.
John Adams and Thomas Jefferson were presidents and died on the same day July 4th 1826.
James Monroe, the 5th president, Dded on July 4th…