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Fabulous Few Days in Flagstaff
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Fabulous Few Days in Flagstaff

In the world’s largest ponderosa pine forest is a town at the crossroads of outdoor adventure, culinary innovation and space exploration. This historic logging, cattle and railroad city has the Mother Road running through downtown. Sitting at 7,000 feet, Flagstaff is not blazing hot like most of Arizona in the summertime. Instead temperatures average in … Continue reading

Breckenridge Troll has a New Home
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Breckenridge Troll has a New Home

Isak Heartstone, aka the “Breckenridge Troll,” has a new home this summer.  I got a sneak peek of his new place in the forest this past weekend.  Danish artist and designer Thomas Dambo returned to Breckenridge in early June to get Isak settled in.  Dambo is known for recycling and upcycling as he builts art … Continue reading

Summer Snow in Breckenridge, Colorado
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Summer Snow in Breckenridge, Colorado

The first full day of summer started with liquid sunshine of sorts in Breckenridge, Colorado.  It’s June 22nd and it snowed at 9600 feet.  That’s unusual this time of year even by Colorado standards.  This June has been anything but normal with cooler temperatures and snow several times this month as an incredible snow season … Continue reading

My Favorite Flips this Summer have SOLE
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My Favorite Flips this Summer have SOLE

I’m rocking a pair of flip flops this summer and they’re made of recycled cork. This wine and environment love digs that. The Laguna Flips are made by SOLE, a company I found at Outdoor Retailer, which is kicking off again this week in Denver. I’ve been road testing a pair of the Laguna Flips … Continue reading

Two Hikes in a Day along Colorado’s Front Range Plus a FoCo Brunch
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Two Hikes in a Day along Colorado’s Front Range Plus a FoCo Brunch

Want to do two very different hikes in a day? It’s easy along Colorado’s Front Range. My hometown friend Danny came into Denver with a goal to log some miles. Since the High Country continues to be covered in snow I suggested we do something along the Front Range. My pick – Horsetooth Rock in … Continue reading