College Football Arriving Soon!

Ask any college football fan and they will tell you that it seems like an eternity waiting for the season to begin. But, have no fear, the kick-off to the college season is almost here, with Colorado State and Oregon State hitting the field on Saturday, August 26th at 2:30 p.m. ET. On the same day, fans of Oregon State and Colorado State will see an active match-up, and Portland State vs. BYU will also be a huge viewer draw. Add in the 6:00 p.m. game of Hawaii at UMass and the 7:30 p.m. game of South Florida vs. San Jose State – and you are most definitely looking at a full, much-needed, long-awaited day of the colleges you love getting back to gridiron business.

Recluse Comes to Regret Bringing Good Samaritan Home in Riveting Suspense Thriller

Paul (Antonio Banderas) is the literary equivalent of a one-hit wonder. The flash in the pan enjoyed a short-lived success, thanks to the best-seller he published while still in his twenties. Back then, he became the toast of the town when the popular tome was adapted to the big screen, even though the movie bore no resemblance to his book besides having the same title.

Get Ready for Those Icy Competitions

  Get Ready for Those Icy Competitions By Amy Lignor   You think the Super Bowl will be a competition? You thought the World Series was? Well…book your airline tickets now, people, because the coolest, most awesome, most gritty competitions are soon to begin. When the weather outside turns frightful, there are those who break […]

Western Skiers, Snowboarders Get an Early Start

  Western Skiers, Snowboarders Get an Early Start By Burt Carey With snow-making machines roaring to life and storms dropping temperatures and precipitation, winter ski and snowboard enthusiasts are set to hit the slopes before Thanksgiving at resorts from California to Colorado. Ready to handle those tens of thousands of visitors is Vail Resorts, Inc., […]

The Waters Run Dark for the Olympics

  The Waters Run Dark for the Olympics ~ Amy Lignor   The argument between the EPA and various governing bodies from the state of Colorado to the states of New Mexico, Arizona, Utah – you name it – has been taking over the headlines. This came about because of an EPA project to open […]

Nature Takes a Hit From its Own Protectors

  Nature Takes a Hit From its Own Protectors ~ Amy Lignor   The EPA makes mistakes? Don’t be silly… Oh, wait, what’s that people are seeing out their windows in Colorado and now New Mexico? It looks almost like the sun is setting over the river, sending a burning shade of orange onto the glassy […]

Adams Dry Fly Tying Recipe

  Adams Dry Fly   The Adams is the most widely used Classic Dry Fly.  The Adams is the one fly that every fly fisher should have in their fly box.  The Adams Dry Fly imitates a mayfly, and is a general pattern for all types mayflies.  The Adams can be tied in many sizes […]

Trails of Highways; The Townhouse

  Trail of Highways™   The Townhouse Manitou Springs, Colorado   Downtown Manitou Springs has a lot to offer.  Tonight we stopped by The Townhouse for wings and a beer.  This is my third visit, the other visit we sat out on the patio without having any food. We all sat indoors this visit, a […]

Colorado is at an all time HIGH, literally!

Witt Of Will & The Daily Scream Colorado is at an all time HIGH, literally! Recently I was speaking and doing my rope spinning act for folks in Colorado and then politicians in Washington, DC. The folks in Washington didn’t laugh much at my joke, and the jokes were about them. Now the folks in […]

Guffey Colorado, Elevation 8600′

  Guffey, Colorado, now’s here’s a very unique town.  The town is pretty much owned and operated by one man Bill Soux.    Guffey is a “Road Side Attraction” in the truest sense of the words. Plenty of antiques and history to take up most of a day.  Make sure you have time for a few […]