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Posts Tagged With ‘ warm ’


Spring Skiing: The Ultimate Guide to Enjoying the Slopes in Warmer Weather

March 15th, 2024

As the Boulder temperatures rise and the sun shines brighter, many ski enthusiasts look forward to hitting the slopes for some spring skiing. Spring skiing offers a unique experience with its longer days, softer snow, and enjoyable après-ski activities. Whether you’re a seasoned skier or a beginner, there are several tips and tricks to make the most of your spring skiing adventure. Choosing the Right Gear When gearing up for spring skiing, it’s essential to consider the changing weather conditions. As the day progresses, the snow can transition from icy in the morning to slushy in... Read More

Warm Weather Winged Wonders

February 3rd, 2024

  I hear rumors that https://www.aboutboulder.com is getting more than a little snow. Although it is only 44 deg here in the AM, it is not snowing in Central Florida. A ride through the bird and alligator sanctuary in Mt. Dora was one photo op after another. As usual, most were “del now!” but a couple do have me smiling, and I hope they do the same for you. We watched ducks and coots all morning, and had  duck for dinner. It was store-bought! Here are a lot of pictures and few words. Pic Lenworth     Pic Lensworth     Teaser, Pic Lensworth    Read More


January 15th, 2024
Dog Wearing Crochet Scarf With Fringe While Sitting on Snow Selective Focus Photography

We’ve been talking about  Boulder “cold” for days. NOW it is going to get really cold! Is “cold” reality or merely clothing? Is cold a matter of degrees on a thermometer or is it something more? Stay WARM! Keep your family WARM! May the wind be over your port bow, and may your sunscreen be thick. AND may your down jacket be warm <G>  Read More

Boulder’s Mascot Fido Fights Paw Freeze Fifteen Ways!

January 14th, 2024
dog, girl, retriever

We spend a lot of time focusing on keeping safe in the winter. We learn how to avoid the physical harm that the Boulder extreme cold can cause us. But do we do the same for our loved dogs? Let’s look at a list of how to protect Fido and Friends both indoors and outdoors from the bitter cold. Some are obvious, some are less known. All are great! To protect dogs from bitter cold, consider the following list of items and practices: Dog Booties: Provide insulation and protection from ice, salt, and cold surfaces. Insulated Dog Coat: A warm coat, especially for short-haired breeds, offers... Read More

Forecasting Boulder’s Winter: Lenworth’s Chilling Revelation

January 14th, 2024

Boulderites KNOW that only fools and tourists predict Boulder weather. That used to be true. I believe or at least strongly suspect that the extreme weather we’ve been seeing worldwide is the result in most significant part of climate change. Floods, rains, high temps, low temps, snow amounts, glaciers melting, and on and on. Short term or long term the current trend is beyond question getting more extreme. Our own NCAR and NOAA are at the heart of study of weather and of course more. NO surprise that both are in Boulder. NCAR is an architectural gem in Boulder, and is featured in Woody... Read More

Boulder Friday Friendly Sunrise

January 12th, 2024

For many of us, Friday sunrise is a waking of weekend anticipation. Skis are waxed, camera lenses cleaned, layer laid out,                                                    Lensworth And with some fortitude and luck, we get to see a sunrise also. There have been days when I was on the slope, at the top, for “first snow.” Momma said there’d be days like this, but she did not tell me I’d be invited. It is said that the first step is the hardest. The first step is only the hardest when that step is from a generally warm tent... Read More

Get Outside!

January 13th, 2017

Photo Credit: report.az Can you believe the warm weather we’ve been having?! It seems like we were in winter, skipped spring and just jumped to summer. If you’re used to living in Boulder, you know that around this time of year the warm weather isn’t that unusual. It also wouldn’t be unusual if it was 80 degrees one day and then a blizzard the next day. I’m happy that I don’t live on the East Coast because it’s getting a couple feet of snow and now that we are closer to summer, that just sounds brutal. We’ve been blessed with a mild winter this year; of course we do live in Colorado... Read More

Things to do in Boulder that aren’t outside

November 14th, 2014

Boulder is known for its versatile atmosphere, from hiking and biking to tubing down Boulder Creek, there are many things to keep you entertained around the clock. But what happens when the temperatures drop to below freezing and your nose hairs begin to feel a little like icicles? Here is a list of a few things that aren’t outside. BMoCA Located conveniently in the middle of downtown lies the Boulder Museum of Contemporary Art. There you will find various exhibitions of paintings, sculptures, and photographs, but most importantly heat! Right now, BUY is one of the featured exhibits and it contains... Read More

Why You Should Expect the Unexpected this Winter in Boulder

November 12th, 2014

It was around noon on Monday, November 10th when snow blanketed Boulder. This frigid snow blanket, which coated Boulder after a morning high of 66° F, took many residents by surprise. Walking around campus showcased students wearing shorts and T-shirts, reflecting how many people were unprepared for such sudden change in weather. I too, was once unprepared for this sort of weather pattern. I never made that mistake again. I’ve lived in Colorado my entire life, which means I should be fairly accustomed to Colorado’s sudden changes in weather. When I was a freshman at Colorado... Read More