January 2013

Found 4 blog entries for January 2013.

Shop Fort CollinsThe residents of Fort Collins, Colorado, are very proud of their city and with good reason.  It has been rated as one of the best places to live in the United States and was recently ranked as the fifth smartest city.  One of the main reasons, apart from the climate and people, is the great shopping that you will find.  Here are some awesome places in which you can shop ‘til you drop in Fort Collins, Colorado.

Curiosities is located at 242 Walnut Street and is in the curiosities business as the name suggests.  You will be pleasantly surprised at the wide range of fun items that you will find here.  The location is downtown and directly north of the Old Town Square.  The store sells everything from children's toys to interesting bits and pieces to

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Rocky Mountain National Park SignThe fabulous City of Boulder is located in the Front Range of the Rocky Mountains and offers many great day trip opportunities for residents and visitors.  A few great places to check out are the Indian Peaks Wilderness area which is the closest to Boulder and mainly a local secret, as well as Colorado Springs and Pike's Peak which are located way south of Boulder.  Among the most popular day trips from Boulder is that to Estes Park and Rocky Mountain National Park which is only a 45 minute drive to the north.

Estes Park is a great summer resort community with a population of about 6,000 people. Along the Big Thompson River this mountain town is the Gateway to the Rockies and has attracted visitors for many years.  The main headquarters for the Rocky

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Red Rocks Amphitheater, Colorado

Red Rocks Amphitheater and Park is one of Colorado’s most treasured landmarks.  This amazing open-air venue has played host to hundreds of world class performers including the Grateful Dead and the Beetles but is also known as a premier location for special events like weddings and corporate parties. The park itself is about 868-acres and is known world wide for its amazing red sandstone rock formations. The theater was specially designed to preserve the natural beauty of these great stone formations.  The soaring sandstone walls act as natural buffers for the sound and produce unmatched acoustics. Also on the premises are the Red Rocks’ Trading Post and Museum.  Here you can see what it was like in the area when geologists first explore it and purchase

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Views from Loveland ColoradoWhen most people think of Colorado they immediately think of cities like Denver or Boulder, but there are some many other hip, up and coming cities in Colorado too.  A lot of people are now moving north of Boulder and Denver to discover places like Greeley, Loveland and Fort Collins.  With Colorado State University based in this area many college students, working professionals, and young families are considering these areas to be highly desirable.  Loveland, Colorado offers new residents wholesome family values, a wide variety of housing options, great schools, a steady real estate market, beautiful views, and plenty of job opportunities.  If you have been thinking of moving to Northern Colorado, Loveland is a great choice.

With less then 70,000 people

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