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After Memorial Day most of us begin a three-month quest to pack as much outdoor living, fun and experiences into the short summer season. Summer in Colorado Springs Summer in Colorado Springs means live music events in spectacular venues, traditional city festivals, gondola rides and adventure at local ski resorts, food, beer and wine festivals,… Read more »

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summer flowers in colorado

Now that spring is officially here… we can look forward to spending more time in our outdoor spaces. For many Coloradans this means getting our lawns back to verdant conditions. But this year due to below average snowfall and a modest amount of precipitation, water restrictions started this week on April 1, 2013. If you’ve… Read more »

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daffodil

Last week on Wednesday March 20 2013, marked the first day of spring… how do you welcome in the season in Colorado Springs? Welcome Spring Break, rainy days, spring snow, spring skiing, busy home improvement stores, allergy season, gardening, daffodils, golden crocuses… Maybe you felt happier but most likely it wasn’t related to the season…. Read more »

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colorado springs snow

Winter came down to our home one night Quietly pirouetting in on silvery-toed slippers of snow, And we, we were children once again. Bill Morgan, Jr. Colorado Springs and the Pikes Peak region got a taste of winter this week as 3-4 inches of snow fell on the city and surrounding area. The snow that… Read more »

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presidents day in COS

The third Monday in February is Presidents’ Day, a federal holiday which means for most people another three-day weekend and the closing of schools, banks, credit unions, libraries etc. And although this day originated in the 1880s as a day to commemorate the birthdays of both President Washington and President Lincoln is has evolved into… Read more »

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valentines day in colorado spirngs

Without Valentine’s Day, February would be…well, January. Jim Gaffigan Even though Valentine’s Day is a week away, it’s best to plan sooner than later. While traditionalists go the box of chocolates, a dozen red roses and dinner at a favorite restaurant route, you might want to think about choosing an experience gift rather than a… Read more »

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ice carving in cripple creek

Are you enjoying all of these unseasonably warm days or are you yearning for ice and snow? While colder temperatures and maybe snow may be in the forecast for this week, last weeks warm temperatures had neighbors in Colorado Springs enjoying the January thaw. There was plenty of people watering their lawns and trees, kids… Read more »

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cold snowy colorado

“It is deep January.  The sky is hard.  The stalks are firmly rooted in ice.” Wallace Stevens There seemed to be several common discussions on Facebook this week, those who were getting over the flu, or those who had the flu and felt like they couldn’t get through they day feeling so miserable. Flu symptoms… Read more »

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winter birds

“To accomplish great things, we must not only act, but also dream; not only plan, but also believe.”
 Anatole France Even if you didn’t make any New Year’s Resolutions, January is a great month to evaluate the previous year and make changes to better your life. If your life can’t get any better than please share… Read more »

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Colorado Does Not Burn

We woke up to Colorado being in the national news again this morning. It seems that colorado is being bombard with tragedy. It seems important to take some time to reflect. Our thoughts and prayers are with the victims of last nights shooting. May they feel the support of communities throughout Colorado and the world…. Read more »