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January 2016

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Wood stoves and mountain living

Facebook Twitter Google+ LinkedIn I woke up that first morning to temperatures that felt more like camping in the mountains than living in a house.  Wrapped in my covers like a caterpillar in its cocoon, I procrastinated as long as possible, before finally throwing the covers off.  Wondering why it…

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High Altitude Advantage

Facebook Twitter Google+ LinkedIn Upon seeing my primary care doctor for a routine physical, I was reminded once again of the advantages of Rocky Mountain living.  She ordered the routine blood test panel to check cholesterol, glucose, etc. as a benchmark of my overall health.   As she went through…

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Honey, I almost hit a moose!

Facebook Twitter Google+ LinkedIn Still groggy from getting up at 5 a.m., I climbed into my dirty Subaru Forester with my cup of coffee and drove out the snowy driveway.  Plugging in my iTunes for some driving music at this early hour, I glanced up and saw something flash across…

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Rocky Mountain Sunrise

Facebook Twitter Google+ LinkedIn When you think of memorable sunrise spots, your mind might conjure up island paradises, the coasts of Maine or the beaches of southern Florida.  With their unobstructed views of the ocean, they make a beautiful setting to watch the sun rise.  The mountains of Colorado are more…

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