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

Seeing Red this Ski Season
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Seeing Red this Ski Season

It’s still ski season in Colorado with some resorts open well into April and even May thanks to so much snow this season, including more on the way this week. My favorite ski gear find of the season has been a jacket. I’m a fan of color on the slopes and was immediately drawn to … Continue reading

My Instagram Takeover Day at Breckenridge Ski Resort
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My Instagram Takeover Day at Breckenridge Ski Resort

Recently when I was in Breckenridge, Colorado, I took over Breckenridge Ski Resort’s Instagram.  It’s not as easy as you think especially when in ski lingo, they post sick photos on their account.  Sick meaning insane terrain pictures.  When you an Instagram takeover, you’re responsible for sharing a few posts and using “Stories” to share your experience. During … Continue reading

3 Dining Experiences in Breckenridge You Have to Try
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3 Dining Experiences in Breckenridge You Have to Try

Historic Hearthstone Tucked away on South Ridge Street in Breckenridge, Colorado, is the Kaiser House. You could easily walk by this historic home decked out in Victoria period decor. It was a family home in the late 1800s and early 1900s. As you walk in from the cold, instantly see it’s a cozy, yet elegant … Continue reading