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Coronavirus — Impact on Nature

Spur trails making loops back to the main trail, or what we call social trails are forming at our favorite trails around Boulder. It’s understandable. We’re all suffering symptoms of “quarantine fatigue.” Couple that with balmy weather, and people start to hit the trails. In droves. But how do you…

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The Right Place

Note: John MacKay, my good friend and fellow Nederland resident, provides this guest post for your reading pleasure. I spent my career in Tampa. The warm weather, the beaches nearby, no state income tax, wonderful Cuban and Italian people, cultures, and food, and a surprisingly low cost of living, brought…

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Partners at Brainard Lake

It all started with my co-worker popping by my office. “What are you doing this Saturday?” he asked. “Probably working, you know I work from home on Saturdays.” “Maybe you could take a couple of hours off?  I have an idea for an outreach event at Brainard Lake.” I knew…

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A Life Cut Short Much Too Soon

“The skier who died in an avalanche this past weekend has been identified as 29-year old Michelle Lindsay.” Most days, as I commute to work, I listen to Colorado Public Radio.  Much of the time, it’s background noise, but occasionally something really perks my ears up. This was one of…

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