Top 10 WORST towns in Colorado. It was hard to find towns that suck in a great state.
Top 10 WORST towns in Colorado. It was hard to find towns that suck in a great state.
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Top 10. Best Museums in Colorado - United States
Top 10. Best Museums in Colorado - United States: Durango and Silverton Narrow Gauge Railroad and Museum, Denver Museum of Nature & Science, Denver Art Museum, Museum of the Mountain West, Colorado Model Railroad Museum, The Anasazi Heritage Center, Gateway Colorado Automobile Museum, National Museum of World War II Aviation, Kirkland Museum of Fine & Decorative Art, Penrose Heritage Museum
The 10 Best Places To Live In Colorado
The 10 Best Places To Live In Colorado For 2018.
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Colorado, a western U.S. state, has a diverse landscape of arid desert, river canyons and snow-covered Rocky Mountains, which are partly protected by Rocky Mountain National Park.
Colorado is known all over the country as one of the most active, happy, safe, outdoorsy, and all around naturally beautiful states in the U.S.
A brilliant landscape of mountains, high plains, canyons, rivers, forests and desert lands make Colorado one of the most desirable states to live and visit.
Perched a mile above sea level, Denver, Colorado’s capital and largest city, features a vibrant downtown area.
The Rocky Mountains cut a dramatic trail through the state’s center, there are rivers and lakes so blue they make the sky look washed out, and once you visit some of those unique Colorado cities, you may well just move there.
Colorado's southwest corner borders Arizona, Utah and New Mexico, the only place in America where the corners of four states meet.
The best places to live in Colorado include Boulder, Colorado Springs, Fort Collins, Lakewood, Denver,...
Universities like Colorado, Colorado State and the U.S. Air Force Academy grace the education scene, while pro sports teams include the Broncos, Nuggets, Rockies and Avalanche.
Which Colorado places ranked the best? Here are the 10 best places to live in Colorado for 2018:
4. Lone Tree
5. Fort Collins
6. Grand Junction.
9. Colorado Springs.
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5 Best Romantic Weekend Getaways in Colorado | US Travel Guide
5 Best Romantic Weekend Getaways in Colorado
Colorado is an oasis on its own. Nestled in the Rocky Mountains, this Western state’s main claims to fame include renowned skiing, luscious natural scenery, and wonderfully fresh air.
Not only is the weather crisp in Colorado, but the seasons are one of the state’s best features. Here, you can truly enjoy a Spring, Summer, Fall, and Winter to the fullest extent. Experience the deep oranges and reds of Fall foliage, glide down the snowy slopes in the Winter, play in the Spring rain, and bask in the Summer sun.
Lets have a look at the best romantic weekend getaways in Colorado:
1. Viceroy Snowmass
2. Westin Riverfront Resort & Spa
3. Gateway Canyons Resort
4. Dunton Hot Springs
5. Vail Cascade Resort & Spa
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Top 10 Places To Visit In Arizona | United States
Arizona, a southwestern U.S. state, is best known for the Grand Canyon, the mile-deep chasm carved by the Colorado River. Flagstaff, a ponderosa pine–covered mountain town, is a major gateway to the Grand Canyon. Other natural sites include Saguaro National Park, protecting cactus-filled Sonoran Desert landscape. Tucson is University of Arizona territory and home to the Arizona-Sonora Desert Museum.
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Gateway Natural Area, Fort Collins - In A Colorado Minute (Week 253)
The Gateway Natural Area of Fort Collins, Colorado, is actually about 15 miles northwest of the city of Fort Collins, just off Poudre Canyon Highway (Colorado State Highway 14). Formerly known as Gateway Mountain Park, it's situated where the North Fork of the Poudre River joins the main arm of the Cache La Poudre River. Following the main hiking trail along the river for about a mile, you get to the former water filtration plant's rather impressive waterfall and the hidden oasis of Seaman Reservoir.
On Scott's birthday this week, Scott, GJ, Whiskey and I took the quick ride up to the Gateway Natural Area of Fort Collins and indulged in some of our favorite activities: fishing, filming, photographing, spending time with each other and running around in the snow.
This area, featuring the river, the reservoir, fields, mountains, several hiking trails, all of its natural beauty and its close proximity to Fort Collins, has quickly become one of our favorite year-round go-to places. The grills and roof-covered picnic tables, right at the beginning of the area, are an additional perk.
For more videos from that area, please check out some of my previous In A Colorado Minute episodes:
Seaman Reservoir – In A Colorado Minute (Week 218)
The Narrows, Poudre Canyon (Time Lapse) – In A Colorado Minute (Week 197)
Drive through Poudre Canyon, Colorado, in the winter – Time Lapse (extended version)
Snowshoeing With Whiskey Dog – In A Colorado Minute (Week 198)
While I see this video more as a postcard from heaven, the featured song in this video happens to be called Postcard from Hell (instrumental version) by Josh Woodward ( This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 License. Thank you, Josh!
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Roadside Attractions in Fort Collins - In A Colorado Minute (Week 199) [HD]
When I posted the video Swetsville Zoo - In A Colorado Minute (Week 194), I already wrote about my fascination with roadside attractions. In my quest to visit, film and share with you a whole series of them, this week I explored the ones the fruitful website roadsideamerica.com listed for Fort Collins. Because two of them were dog related, I took Whiskey and her acting coach Scott along. Once I finished editing, I realized I might as well have called the video Whiskey takes a tour of Fort Collins Roadside Attractions - but that's just too long.
The large Campbell's soup can on the campus of Colorado State University was built (together with two others) in honor of Andy Warhol's soup can prints - but not by him. However, when he visited in 1981 for an exhibit of his work at the CSU art museum, he ended up signing the cans. Does that now make them authentic Andy Warhol works? Read an excerpt from Warhol's diary about his visit in this article from the Coloradoan. (Remington and Lake)
The scrap metal man and dog at the Nelsen's Auto Center were built by Tim Reader of Master Metal Works entirely out of used car parts. You may note that the two male metal beings were built with all necessary detail - however, in the video I chose to focus more on the faces, hands and my real life dog checking out the scene. I really appreciated Tim's sister coming outside to say hello and tell us about the sculpture. People really are nice out here. (361 E. Mountain Avenue)
The memorial to Annie, the Railroad Dog, has several parts. In Library Park (201 Peterson Street), there is a big engraved stone with a metal silhouette of Annie and a life-sized bronze sculpture (by Dawn Weiner) of her greeting passers-by - like she used to greet arriving passengers at the Mason Street train station in the 1930s and 40s. At the Mason Street Depot (Mason and LaPorte) you can find her actual gravestone, which is a historic site and reads From C and S Men to Annie Our Dog. 1934 - 1948.
Annie was a loyal mutt adopted by railroad workers and considered an ambassador to Fort Collins, according to the inscription on the base of the bronze sculpture. She is still celebrated every year during Annie's Dog Walk, which I may just feature in a future video.
Talking about future videos... Today starts the 200th week of my weekly 1-minute Moving Postcard videos! I already have something special planned, which will require a road trip (YES!) and will feature a rather well-known American roadside attraction...
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Here’s what it’s like inside St. Louis' Gateway Arch
We took a trip to St. Louis’ Gateway Arch — the tallest man-made monument in the US. The arch is 630 feet high and its foundations are about 60 feet deep. It's made of 142 stainless steel sections, concrete, and structural steel.
The monument honors Thomas Jefferson's Louisiana Purchase and St. Louis' role in westward expansion of the US.
It's often called the gateway to the west.
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10 Best Places To Live In Montana | USA
10 Best Places To Live In Montana
It’s a given fact that a person would choose a place that has an awesome economy, great people, good education, and reasonable cost of living. That is why when deciding for a place to live in, one should consider statistics and the actual place before settling in. I have traveled wide and realized that there are a lot of things to see in Montana and more places to visit in Montana too. With this in mind, I certainly think that Montana is one good place to relocate. But the question is there are so many places that how will you know which the best in this Big Sky Country is? To help you out, I have researched and listed the ten best places to live in Montana for all of my readers out there.
2. Cut Bank
5. Helena Valley South
8. Great Falls
10. West Yellowstone
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