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March 2015

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California’s nightmare ski season

Facebook Twitter Google+ LinkedIn Before I moved to the Rocky Mountains of Colorado, I had my first taste of mountain living in the Sierra Nevada mountains of California back in the 1990s.  I had what I fondly referred to as a “Young Life” crisis and ditched my job at a…

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On the Mend

Facebook Twitter Google+ LinkedIn One of the joys of living in Colorado is all the outdoor recreation right outside my door.  This past month has been so warm it felt like summer, leading me to engage in summertime behavior and wear my Chacos for a short hike a couple of weeks…

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A House for bats?

Facebook Twitter Google+ LinkedIn One of the things that I love about living in the mountains and a rural area is my connection with nature, which includes seeing wildlife on a regular basis.  We have seen foxes, bobcats, elk, moose, and other wild animals in our neighborhood.  But a couple…

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Red Flag Warning

Facebook Twitter Google+ LinkedIn We’ve all heard the term, Red Flag.  For me, I normally use that phrase of speech, when talking about a situation.  Something on the order of, “When    happened, a “red flag” went up.  The Red Flag refers to something ominous or foreboding that will happen….

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