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Four Free Fun Things to Do in Breckenridge, Colorado
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Four Free Fun Things to Do in Breckenridge, Colorado

With new snow this week and more coming next week, spring skiing is fantastic at Breckenridge Ski Resort.  The resort is open for daily skiing and riding through Memorial Weekend.  If you hit the slopes in the morning that gives you plenty of time in the afternoon for off slopes fun.  Here are four free … Continue reading

Vail Valley’s Best Kept Secret: Why You Should Stay at the Westin Riverfront Resort and Spa
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Vail Valley’s Best Kept Secret: Why You Should Stay at the Westin Riverfront Resort and Spa

Needing a change of scenery for creative inspiration, some decompression time and wanting to get in a few ski turns, I took a mini-vacation to the Vail Valley.  I was excited to stay for the first time at the Westin Riverfront Resort and Spa at the base of Beaver Creek Mountain in Avon, Colorado.  It’s … Continue reading

5 Easy Spring Break or Weekend Adventures from San Antonio
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5 Easy Spring Break or Weekend Adventures from San Antonio

Here are 5 ideas for a fun day trip or a quick overnight adventure I shared with Shelly Miles on San Antonio Living on News 4 WOAI, my old TV home.  The first two suggestions are easy day trips.  I’d do the last three destinations as overnight trips, although #4 could be a day trip … Continue reading

How to Spend a Winter Day in Pagosa Springs, Colorado
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How to Spend a Winter Day in Pagosa Springs, Colorado

Pagosa Springs in Southwest Colorado has something you can’t find anywhere else on earth.  It has the deepest geothermal hot spring aquifer in the world.  At over 1002 feet deep, the Mother Spring aquifer has been certified as “The World’s Deepest” by Guinness World Records.  The geothermal aquifer under the town fills the pools at … Continue reading

Solo in Fossil Butte National Monument in Southwest Wyoming
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Solo in Fossil Butte National Monument in Southwest Wyoming

Yellowstone and Grand Teton National Parks get droves of tourist, but Fossil Butte National Monument in southwest Wyoming, not so much.  I had seen the national monument signs multiple times driving Interstate-80.  For some reason, I decided a frigid winter morning was the perfect time to detour on a road trip from Heber City, Utah … Continue reading