There are a laundry list of reason to live in Boulder — community, culture, a thriving business scene. Among many other reasons, we all share a love of the outdoors and want nothing more than to spend as much time as possible outside. So we move to Boulder, where the wilderness
When the spring months finally offer up some semblance of a stable weather report of warm days and cool nights, I become a woman with a one track mind: where can I start camping this summer? Of course, without fail, my brain beats most of the campgrounds to their opening
Now that the weather is getting warmer and the famous Colorado sun is shining bright, there is one thing on many a Boulderite’s mind: being outside as much as possible. One of my favorite outdoor “activities” is barbecue and grilling up some grub. If I were to paint a portrait
You knew we’d be right there with the cold weather articles, didn’t you? Well, we didn’t want to disappoint. Just because there’s snow on the ground doesn’t mean your overnight outdoor adventures have to come to an end. As we know that as it gets colder and snowier at higher
The other day while walking near Lucky’s Market in North Boulder, I witnessed a daring rescue. Two good Samaritans scooped up a baby bird from the middle of Broadway and transported it to nearby bushes on the west side of the road. Given the scenario, the action was absolutely necessary.
Now that all the hullaballoo about Memorial Day in Boulder has simmered down, we can focus on the important stuff, and that is that it is camping season up in this mountain range! Every summer, I swear that I’m going to make it up camping at least once a month
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