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The Legalities of Owning a Wolf as a Pet in Colorado: What You Need to Know

April 12th, 2024
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Wolves are majestic creatures that have long been romanticized in literature and folklore. Their beauty and enigmatic nature have captured the imagination of many, leading some individuals to consider the idea of owning a wolf as a pet. However, in the state of Colorado, there are specific legalities and regulations surrounding the ownership of wolves as pets, and it’s crucial for potential owners to understand these before embarking on such a venture. The Definition of a Wolf-Dog Hybrid In Colorado, the term ‘wolf-dog hybrid’ refers to an animal that is a cross between a wolf... Read More

Boulder Spring Blossoms: Sun and Sunflowers, More Colorado Gold!

April 9th, 2024

As Boulder‘s winter frost gives way to the warmth of spring, sunflowers emerge as a vibrant symbol of the season. Their cheerful blooms and towering presence bring joy to any garden or landscape. Whether you’re a seasoned gardener or a novice enthusiast, cultivating these beautiful flowers can be a rewarding experience. This guide will provide you with the knowledge and tips you need to grow and care for sunflowers, allowing you to bask in their radiant beauty throughout the spring and summer months. The Allure of Sunflowers Sunflowers, with their striking golden petals and dark brown... Read More

Boulder’s Own Eclipse-Spinner: D-Squared, Debi Spins Yarn To Gold!

April 7th, 2024

Debi is a multi-state and international award winner in several areas of the fiber arts. She is known especially for her designer yarns and for spinning exotic fibers. Dog, wolf, sheep and goats of course, yak, and the list goes on.  She has spun many Goldens and is known for her dog spinning. Seriously! She spins it so well that the bark is still in it when she’s done! She shares this with a childhood and ongoing love for astronomy. In this pic, Debi is looking through a telescope while spinning yarn. She’s looking through a “Sun Filter” on the front of the telescope.... Read More

Boulder’s Eldorado Springs Part II, Sunrise and the Rocks

April 6th, 2024

Sunrise South Boulder Creek, Eldorado Springs Eldorado Springs Cliff Looking forward to climbing a cliff? Lenny Lensworth Frieling Shared Knowledge is Power!  Read More

Boulder Bard Tribute: Boulder Buff Thanks!

April 4th, 2024

A sunrise by any other name would still a sunrise be. Thanks Shelomi For Bringing Your Magic To The Team And To Boulder! We Are All Richer For It. Lenny Lensworth Frieling Shared Knowledge Is Power!  Read More

Wed holidays

April 3rd, 2024

  Yesterday and today Boulder celebrates holidays include National Peanut Butter and Jelly Day, National Burrito Day, Children’s Picture Book Day, Autism Awareness Day, Walk to Work Day, and National Ferret Day. History of Peanut Butter and Jelly: St. Louis World’s Fair 1904 World’s Fair to WWII Rations The peanut butter and jelly (PB&J) sandwich, an iconic American delicacy, originated in the early 20th century. Peanut butter was introduced at the 1904 St. Louis World’s Fair, but it wasn’t until the 1920s, when peanut butter became widely available, that the... Read More

Boulder’s Flatirons: Fantastic Engineering Feats Over 280 Million Years Old!

April 2nd, 2024

  It’s ironic that the Flatirons were both formed by uplifting, and are in fact uplifting. Symbol of Boulder, The Famous Flatirons. We say it at least once a day. We blog about it, paint it, and it is part of our visual daily existence. But WHAT ARE THEY? What are the Flatirons? The Boulder Flatirons are a series of striking, slanted, red sandstone formations located on the western edge of Boulder, Colorado. Towering over the city and the University of Colorado campus, these iconic landmarks are part of the Front Range of the Rocky Mountains and serve as a majestic backdrop that defines... Read More

Boulder Motivates! Monday Madness: Plan and Build!

April 1st, 2024

We start with calm planning. The architect combines art and science, beauty and engineering. The architect appears here in the style of Vermeer. Let’s us start with art as we build on that foundation. Monday Motivation comes from teamwork, one step at a time. One line, one drafting pencil, a ruler, and a building floor appears on the drafting table. Even Without Computer Drafting, Art Springs from the Drafting Table as a Building takes shape. Planning for Art is Art! Museum walls are decorated with drawings, not just with paintings! Plans Rise Into Towers, in Boulder, in NYC, or in Anyplace... Read More

The Birds of Boulder’s Backyards: Feathered Gazes Grab Us!

March 26th, 2024

  You talkin’ to me? You talkin’ to me?  Robert De Niro, Taxi Driver When I take pictures of Boulder Birds my goal is to capture feeling. I want emotion in the pictures. I want to pull the viewer into the picture, to engage the viewer with the picture. Most often I do this by catching the bird staring back at me. This is the opposite of what so many choose as a picture. It is far more typical of animal pictures including bird shots for the photographer to do the opposite. I want the pictures and the birds to literally speak to me. That’s easier said than done, since the... Read More

Boulder’s Motivational Manage of Many Colors: Useful and Magical!

March 25th, 2024

Boulder Sunrises are frequently spectacular. Not just good, not just colorful, but spectacular. Does that serve a purpose? Absolutely! The physics are simple. It takes energy to get from lying down to sitting up to getting dressed and out the door. Out the door” can mean going to another room to crank up a computer, pound coffee by the pound, chomp cheesecake like a champ, and read the Monday Morning Motivational Missive. Since there is time during the day, after coffee, to read, to learn, to study and to enjoy the colors of sunrise and of the day, what does that leave? How do we motivate... Read More