Quantcast
   
Wednesday - September 23, 2020

Posts Tagged With ‘ restrictions ’

 

Planning on Going Outside? 3 Things You Need to Know as Restrictions Lift

April 30th, 2020

As restrictions are being lifted to various levels across the United States and Colorado, it’s important to limit contact and exposure with others to prevent another wave of the outbreak. Here’s three things you need to know if you’re planning on visiting parks, the grocery store, or gyms and salons. 1. Parks and other outdoor areas First, check and make sure the area is open before you drive anywhere. Open space parks are open, but other gray areas such as playgrounds may still be closed or be limiting the number of people, so you’ll want to be aware of this. Try to go... Read More

25% of Americans Have Reached Breaking Point, Other 75% Say They’ll Get There Soon if Restrictions Continue

April 28th, 2020

With restrictions remaining in place far longer than anyone expected, Americans are growing restless with the inability to get out and socialize. Already, over 25% of Americans surveyed said that they have reached their breaking point, citing the lack of sociability and frequent fights with family members contributing to stress. The other 75% of Americans surveyed said they will reach their breaking point in about a month–and some cities have already stated that they may need to remain shut down into June. Younger Americans appear to be especially susceptible to breaking down; 59% of surveyed... Read More

How to Legally Slackline in Boulder

February 10th, 2016

With warmer weather gracing us after a deeply cold winter we are sure Boulder residents are ready to get outside. Let’s take a look at a relatively new sport Boulderites are practicing, and where you can do it in Boulder. Slacklining is a sport invented at Camp 4 in Yosemite back in the 1980s. It is similar to tightrope walking but, instead of a rope, the person balances on a piece of flat, tubular webbing. In warmer weather it is a fairly common site at local Boulder parks and on the University campus. Usually a group of people will be gathered around a rope, which is suspended between two... Read More