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bendyimages

Updated: Jul 30, 2011 12:19pm PST

Crested Butte 2011 : We drove over to Crested Butte for the 25th annual Wildflower Festival.

Crested Butte 2011

Matt and Lale

We drove over to Crested Butte for the 25th annual Wildflower Festival ...

Updated: Jul 16, 2011 8:26am PST

Memorial Day Weekend in Colorado — May 28-29, 2011 : Quick trip out to Denver and the Rocky Mountains over Memorial Day weekend, May 2011.

Memorial Day Weekend in Colorado — ...

Steven Sullivan

Quick trip out to Denver and the Rocky Mountains over Memorial Day wee ...

Updated: Jul 12, 2011 8:48pm PST

Garden of the Gods : Garden of the Gods is a public park located in Colorado Springs, Colorado, USA.  It contains numerous trails for hiking, walking, mountain biking and horseback riding. (wikipedia)

Garden of the Gods

Photography by Jules

Garden of the Gods is a public park located in Colorado Springs, Color ...

Updated: Mar 08, 2011 11:43am PST

Red Rock Canyon Open Space : Directly south of Garden of  the Gods, Red Rock Canyon was created by the same geologic uplift as the Garden, yet this quieter, gentler place.  Colorado Springs, Colorado.

Red Rock Canyon Open Space

Photography by Jules

Directly south of Garden of the Gods, Red Rock Canyon was created by ...

Updated: Mar 08, 2011 11:19am PST

Paint Mines Interpretive Park : "In stark contrast to the rolling high plains of eastern El Paso County, the Paint Mines rip the prairie open in a shocking display of hoodoos, caprock canyons and brightly-colored clay." SummitPost.org Paint Mines in located in Calhan, Colorado.

Paint Mines Interpretive Park

Photography by Jules

"In stark contrast to the rolling high plains of eastern El Paso Count ...

Updated: Mar 08, 2011 11:15am PST

Pikes Peak : Pikes Peak is the 31st highest peak out of 54 Colorado peaks. 14,115 ft.

Pikes Peak

Photography by Jules

Pikes Peak is the 31st highest peak out of 54 Colorado peaks. 14,115 f ...

Updated: Mar 08, 2011 11:09am PST

Palmer Park : "Deeded to the city in 1899 by Colorado Springs founder Gen. William Jackson Palmer, this 737-acre preserve offers hiking, biking, and horseback riding across a mesa overlooking the city. It boasts a variety of minerals (including quartz, topaz, jasper, and tourmaline), rich vegetation (including a yucca preservation area), and considerable wildlife. The Edna Mae Bennet Nature Trail is a self-guided excursion, and there are numerous other trails. Other facilities include 12 separate picnic areas, softball and baseball fields, and volleyball courts."  Frommer's Review

Palmer Park

Photography by Jules

"Deeded to the city in 1899 by Colorado Springs founder Gen. William J ...

Updated: Mar 08, 2011 11:07am PST

Local Evergreen photos :

Local Evergreen photos

drwashboard

Updated: Jan 18, 2011 10:30pm PST

Maroon Bells 2010 : Road trip to Snowmass and Aspen to get fall colors and the Maroon Bells.

Maroon Bells 2010

Matt and Lale

Road trip to Snowmass and Aspen to get fall colors and the Maroon Bell ...

Updated: Oct 09, 2010 10:40pm PST