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Faces of Boulder – Pic of the Day!

September 15th, 2016

Jeff’s favorite smoothie is filled with every kind of berry he can find in his kitchen. His most recent smoothie included strawberries, bananas, blueberries, raspberries, kale, spinach, chia seeds, and peanut butter. As a recent transplant from Minnesota, this dude is passionate about getting out there and talking to everybody we meet on the trail…for at least 10 minutes. We chatted to this one guy who is hiking the TMB (Trail du Mont Blanc) next month and another guy who flies glider planes in Colombia. Jeff can be seen hiking or running at Chautauqua or even climbing up the flatirons.  Read More

Rocky Mountain National Park Celebrates its 100th Birthday!

January 27th, 2015

Normally, when you’re celebrating someone’s hundredth birthday, you’re not talking about climbing mountains. The hundredth birthday Rocky Mountain National Park, however, is a little different than most birthdays. Back in 1915, on January 26th, Woodrow Wilson signed Rocky Mountain National park into law. People were visiting the gorgeous Rocky Mountains far before 1915, but that’s the date when Wilson made things official.  Rocky Mountain National park is huge. To give you a basic idea, here’s a few interesting stats: More than 260,000 acres of unfathomable beauty. Includes... Read More

New Local Community Website Launched: AboutBoulder.com

October 24th, 2013

Your One-Stop Site for “Everything Boulder” Boulder Colorado residents Scott and Sarah Armstrong announce the launch of a new community website: www.AboutBoulder.com. AboutBoulder.com is an all-inclusive, online resource that gives residents and visitors access to everything they need to know about Boulder and Boulder County. The site has great depth. With over 17,000 pages and 500 categories, it covers “Everything Boulder and Boulder County from A – Z,” according to Scott. This means that from this one site you can find all the information you need to know related to Boulder and Boulder... Read More