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Meditation Video for Mindfulness

Take a Moment to Pause, Breathe, and Reset.

Let go of all other thoughts to take a few moments for peaceful and relaxing breathing. This short meditation will recharge and …

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Colorado Mountain Stargazing Astronomy

At-Home Astronomy Star Parties

Look on the Upside.

With the advent of spring, the warming temperatures will allow you to open your windows at night or head out to your backyard to view the …

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Colorado Bird Watching

The Spring Hummingbird Return

Become a Birder.

Few people get excited about April 15th, but we do. This time of year means that hummingbirds will soon be returning to Colorado. The Broad-Tailed Hummingbird that …

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Move Over Martini.

It’s hot toddy season.

With views of snowy trails, falling flakes, and white-dusted mountain tops, the crew at Heck’s Tavern is shaking a little less ice, lighting a few more

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Don’t Forget Your Fur.

No one loves snowy fun more than Spot. Include him in your next getaway.

When packing for your next winter escape, don’t forget the essentials – your parka, your poles,

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The Freedom to Cruise.

Who says you have to choose between downhill and cross-country skiing?

There’s more than one way to get outdoors and experience the wintry beauty of pure, rugged Colorado. Some step

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Colorado Mountain Restaurant

Alternative, Stones, and Beetlemania

Rocking the ultimate green getaway.

Six thousand acres of fragrant pines aside, Devil’s Thumb Ranch has always been the greenest of retreats. Caring for this pristine land and its precious

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Beekeeping Experience in Colorado

The Bee’s Knees

Time to harvest our sweetest crop.

In addition to crisp morning hikes, cool flowing streams, and fiery colored leaves, there’s another reason to make a beeline to Devil’s Thumb Ranch

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Colorado Elk Bugling

Big Boys Cry

Don’t miss the season premiere of the Rocky Mountain Bachelor.

Relationship problems aren’t reserved strictly for humans. Rocky Mountain Elk experience a few, well, rocky patches of their own –

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