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Apr-2014

The historic Georgetown Loop, about 45 miles west of Denver, connects Silver Plume and Georgetown reaching an elevation of 640 feet. Completed in 1884, it’s one of Colorado’s first visitor attractions and quite popular with families. Children of all ages will love the authenticity of the wild west train ride while parents take in the […]

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Formed over 25 million years ago, used by local Shoehshone and Tataviam Indians for hundred of years as a mystic place and then by it’s name sake, the infamous Tiburcio Vásquez to elude capture during a statewide man hunt for a series of robbery and murders in the 1870’s. Vasquez Rocks is now known by […]

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It’s true that Belize has the best of both worlds: affordable unlike some Caribbean destinations and culturally diverse like Central America. Eager to experience a barefoot beach destination and a jungle adventure, we selected Belize for our honeymoon several years ago. Belize has an interesting history as a county. It was formally known as British […]

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