See a Troll in Breckenridge
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See a Troll in Breckenridge

**Update June 2019 – Isak Heartstone Troll will have a new home this summer.  Read blog: Breckenridge Troll has a New Home for where to see him.** I went trolling in Breckenridge this week.  Really, I saw a troll.  In the East Wellington subdivision of Breckenridge, Colorado, there’s a giant troll made of trashed lumber … Continue reading

3 of My Favorite Road Trip Destinations Less Than 2 Hours From Denver
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3 of My Favorite Road Trip Destinations Less Than 2 Hours From Denver

I shared three of my favorite Colorado summer and fall destinations with Kathie J and Chris Grundy (who was filling in for Chris Parente) on the Everyday Show on Fox 31 Denver.  Here’s more information if you want to travel to three of my favorite Colorado road trip places.  All three of the spots are … Continue reading

A Zen Morning on Trout Lake
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A Zen Morning on Trout Lake

While at Telluride Yoga Festival, I got a chance to do something I love – paddle boarding.  It was early Saturday morning when our group met Bob at Bootdoctors in Mountain Village.  We loaded up and headed to what I think is one of the most picturesque lakes in Colorado.  Our group of five drove … Continue reading

Hiking a Geological Gem in Roxborough State Park
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Hiking a Geological Gem in Roxborough State Park

Roxborough State Park is a gigantic geology jigsaw puzzle.  It’s like the world-famous Red Rocks, which are just up the road, only without the crowds.  I’ve hiked it several times, but on the first hike, I couldn’t help but think I’d stumbled upon a geological gem.  Roxborough State Park is where the prairie meets the … Continue reading

Hiking the Shoulder Season in Breck
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Hiking the Shoulder Season in Breck

If you think May just means mud in the Colorado mountains, you’re wrong.  It’s a transition from snow and the grays and browns of winter to the vibrant shades of green of summer.  The shoulder season as it’s called is a secret season for folks like me who enjoy strolling through a quaint mountain town … Continue reading