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Telluride Blues & Brews – Our Favorite!

Telluride Blues & Brews Festival is revered as one of the most scenic and intimate music festivals in the country, tucked inside the historic mining town of Telluride, Colorado, in the heart of the San Juan Mountains. The Blues & Brews three-day celebration offers an eclectic mix of live blues, funk, jam bands, rock, gospel … Continue reading

Why I Love Snow

Sometimes I feel cursed. What evil has fallen upon you, you say? Well like pigpen I often feel a cloud follows me, but it is not filled with dust and dirt. No, a big white cloud  sits above my head and it is filled with snow. Snow drifting and falling and… no it is not … Continue reading

Play Ball! – Back to Biz Monday

The 2013 baseball season is barely a month old, and fans are already bickering over the first twists and turns. That’s because rabid fans are never content to just watcha game. They have to discuss it — among friends, at the local tavern, and on talk radio. If a pop fly drops for a single behind Cubs center … Continue reading

Snowmass Mammoth Festival and Project Shelter Team Up – A Very Cool Project!

Attention Snowmass Mammoth Festival  and Telluride Blues & Brews Festival campers: Meet Project Shelter! They are the official onsite camping gear outfitter with a twist! Coming from far away or flying in? Don’t feel like traveling with bulky gear? Want to help those left homeless by disasters? Buy tents and outdoor gear online at www.projectshelter.org and it will be available for … Continue reading

Western Colorado’s Tour of the Moon: A Landscape Like No Other

by: Kristen Lummis, BravesSkiMom.com Colorado is full of classic road bike rides. Many of them involve difficult mountain passes and extreme altitude. The Tour of the Moon over Colorado National Monument ride is different. There are no mountain passes, just a winding steep road carved out of sheer sandstone walls. For thirty-three miles, this road, known … Continue reading

May Snow Equals Wildflowers and River Flow

The blog is looking too colorless! Lots of Whites, Greys, Dark Greens and Blacks. I am always amazed at how colorful everything looks when I leave the mountains and head to lower climates in the spring. I sincerely believe it is because my eyes are color starved. Fret not, all this snow equals river flow – … Continue reading

30 Day Yoga Eco Challenge: Locust Pose and Unplug – MetaYoga.com

Here it is, Meta Yoga Studios, May pose of the month: Salabhasana – Locust Pose. Grouped among the so-called “baby backbends,” which includes Dhanurasana (Bow Pose) and Sea Monster Pose (described in the Variations section below), it is an unassuming pose that, like other seemingly simple poses, is actually a lot more interesting and challenging … Continue reading

Crested Butte Mountain Resort Drops Season Pass Rates – WestElkProject.com

A great post from our partners in Crested Butte: This is not a joke.  The 2013-2014 Season pass will be available from May 1st – September 27 at $599.   Crested Butte Mountain Resort has just unveiled it’s new Peak Pass and Peak Pass+.  The below is from CBMR’s website: “Crested Butte Mountain Resort is now offering … Continue reading

Weather Changes Heading Our Way

A brutal change in the weather is heading in later today. A strong spring storm will march in from the north. We’ll see big winds and warmth before the frontal passage raising a red flag warning for southern Colorado. There is a chance for substantial snowfall this evening into tomorrow. Yippee or Ya right, you … Continue reading

Striper Season Lake Powell

The season is beginning to heat up! I have been tying all winter prepping up for the season.   The season should get moving once the fish begin to spawn. Stay Tuned! ~TR