Spring is here! We may be blasted with another blizzard or two, but that is par for the course here in Colorado. Our spring showers tend to turn into snow. The snow cover is more beneficial than rain as it allows the moisture to slowly seep into the ground. With our arid ... Continue Reading » about Is Your Home Ready for Spring?
Having a beautiful yard is half the fun of being a homeowner. A place where you can sit outside and read the paper, visit with friends, or enjoy the beautiful mountain views is essential to every Colorado homeowner. If you don't want to tackle the enormous task of turning your backyard into ... Continue Reading » about Top Landscaping Companies in the Colorado Front Range
Here's your chance to live like a celebrity in Aspen, Colorado. Kevin Costner's mountain home is available for rent for $36,000 per night with a 7 night minimum rental. He is famous for the "Dances with Wolves" and "Field of Dreams" movies. The 160 acre property comfortably sleeps 27 guest ... Continue Reading » about Luxurious Living
In its early days, Boulder was a supply town for miners seeking their fortune in the gold mines in the mountains west of Boulder. It is thought that Pearl Street is named for the wife of one of the 54 founders of Boulder. On February 10, 1859 Boulder City Town Company was established on ... Continue Reading » about Pearl Street Mall
Saint Patrick, the patron saint of Ireland, lived during the fifth century. He was born in Britain and was brought to Ireland as a slave when he was 16. He escaped captivity and is credited with bringing Christianity to Ireland. Legend has it that he used a shamrock, a three leafed ... Continue Reading » about Origins of St. Patrick’s Day
Let it snow, let it snow, let it snow… That's all I hear in my head this time of year. It's also the time of year to shop, shop, shop.....for everyone on your list. There is no better place to shop local than at the Lafayette Collectibles and Flea Market. It has 175 vendors who bring in ... Continue Reading » about Lafayette Collectibles and Flea Market