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October 2015

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Coffee Anyone?

Facebook Twitter Google+ LinkedIn As mountain towns go, Nederland isn’t the smallest (Gold Hill or Jamestown probably wins that award), but for its population, it does win the award for most coffee houses per capita.  There are at least five coffee houses, and for a town of 1300 people, that’s saying…

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The Sort Yard

Facebook Twitter Google+ LinkedIn Today was the last day the sort yard was open for the season. For those of you not living up in the mountains, you might wonder — what is a sort yard? On mountain properties, while we may not need to mow the lawn or pull…

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Let’s Hear it for the Thirteeners

Facebook Twitter Google+ LinkedIn As previously mentioned, a lot of attention in Colorado’s mountaineering community is focused on the state’s 54 14,000-foot peaks with many residents pursuing all 54 summits.  But this week, Bryon and did a hike of one of our local mountains near Nederland — Mt. Audubon, all 13,229…

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Moose Jam

Facebook Twitter Google+ LinkedIn For much of my life when I lived in the suburbs and commuted to work, like many others I spent much of my time stuck in the proverbial traffic jam.  Cards would inch along at a snail’s pace, and it would take me an hour to go…

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