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Rollins Pass (from the west side)

Facebook Twitter Google+ LinkedIn Traffic as far as the eye could see.  I wasn’t prepared for this.  I expected traffic in Washington, DC, but not on I-70 in rural Colorado.  Nevertheless, a line of cars and trucks were bumper to bumper east bound all the way up to the Eisenhower…

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Meaning behind the flag

Facebook Twitter Google+ LinkedIn Working as a Park Ranger for many years, I became fascinated with visiting other national park sites.  One of my most memorable visits occurred at Fort McHenry National Monument in Baltimore.  I got to learn all about our national anthem as well as a lot of…

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Arapaho and Roosevelt National Forest

Facebook Twitter Google+ LinkedIn I’d passed the sign hundreds of times before.  But as I drove the Peak to Peak Highway today and saw the familiar brown sign with white letters etched into it, I took the time to think about it. Arapaho and Roosevelt National Forest Much of the…

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A trip up Boulder Canyon

Facebook Twitter Google+ LinkedIn Soaring granite walls.  The sounds of rushing water crashing down the mountainsides.  Snow capping the spires and trees.  These are just some of the images ingrained in my mind from a drive up Boulder Canyon. As a resident of Nederland, I’ve made hundreds of trips over…

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