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Known for the dwellings of the people whom archaeologists once called the “Anasazi” (a derisive Navajo term meaning “ancient enemy”).  Mesa Verde National Park in Montezuma County, Colorado, is home to some of the world’s most beautiful sandstone and adobe structures. The twelfth and thirteenth-century rectangular homes — and circular, subterranean religious structures called “kivas” […]

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Weather in Colorado is extremely fickle. When planning a road trip to Colorado, we were cautioned to plan for all seasons since it’s even possible to expect snow in May. Well, it just so happens it did snow during our week in Granby and it was breathtakingly beautiful. Have you ever experienced Colorado’s crazy weather? […]

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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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