This is a photo from the drive from Santa Fe, New Mexico north to Colorado, taking the back roads rather than the expressway. I took this photo in March, 2015.
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This was a little hard to find, so if you’re voting in 2016 and looking for information on Colorado Court of Appeals Judges, specifically whether they were appointed by a Democrat or Republican Governor of Colorado, here you go. This image comes from balletopedia.org.
While I’m in the neighborhood, here’s a link to their Colorado Supreme Court judges page.
Yesterday a bear cub was seen wandering around Boulder, Colorado, with the police following shortly behind him (or her).
Boulder Weekly has an article titled, The best of Colorado wines. From the article:
“The judges mentioned that they couldn’t tell which ones were the Colorado wines and which ones were the French and the California wines. … They said all the wines were very polished,” says Ulla Merz, co-owner of Bookcliff Vineyards based in Boulder.
For those who have been waiting for it, Sandy Clough will be returning to 104.3 The Fan this coming Monday.
There’s a large fire — currently
100 330 600 acres — in the area around Nederland, Colorado, which is just west of Boulder.
This image comes from this twitter page, and up to the minute news is on twitter under the #nedfire hashtag.
Four years ago I spent the day in Rocky Mountain National Park, near Estes Park, Colorado, and when I left the temperature was 45 degrees. By contrast, it’s supposed to be 95 degrees in Boulder today.
Update: July 20, 2016: According to the link I share below, Sandy Clough will be returning to 104.3 The Fan this coming Monday in a new time slot: 10am to noon, a time slot he occupied when I first moved to the Denver area. He will be replacing Cecil Lammey in that time slot, and much to my chagrin it appears that CJ and Stokley will continue in the noon-3pm time slot.
I noticed on a recent drive that there’s still a little bit of snow up in the Rocky Mountains here in the Boulder, Colorado area, as of July 2, 2016. We had a long, cool spring, and if I remember right, there was a lot of moisture up in the mountains during the late winter and spring.