Monthly Archives: February 2018

QFR Cheyenne: Chicken salad with grapes from King Soopers

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Quick Food Reviews (QFR) features reviews of food available from grocery stores – hot food bars, deli bars, coffee kiosks (not that I drink coffee), frozen TV dinners, box foods and so on. Since a traveler these days will usually … Continue reading

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Kiss Me, Kate At Colorado’s Candlight Dinner Playhouse

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Art mirrors life in Kiss Me, Kate. In 1935, America’s pre-eminent acting couple, Alfred Lunt and Lynne Fontanne, were starring in The Taming of the Shrew on Broadway. They quarreled off- as well as on-stage, much to the amusement of … Continue reading

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Top 5 Amazing Places to Visit While Road Tripping in Utah

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The great state of Utah has a plethora of amazing things to see and do. Whether you like to hike, snowboard, or set land speed records among lots of other things, Utah has something for you. If you are planning … Continue reading

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Explore the World of Geocaching

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Are you saying to yourself, “Geocaching?  What on earth is that?” Most folks have never heard the term, so you are not alone. As explained on the activity’s website: “Geocaching is an outdoor treasure hunting game using GPS (Global Positioning … Continue reading

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Top 5 Things to Do in Fort Collins

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A quaint college town with history and a plethora of things to do, Fort Collins, Colorado is a great place to visit for everyone. Whether you are into college sports, drinking beer, good food, or the outdoors, this amazing city … Continue reading

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A Journey of Discovery: The Denver Museum of Nature & Science

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In a small Colorado mountain cabin in 1869, Edwin Carter began to amass what would become one of the most extensive collections of Colorado fauna in existence. A museum was born when he offered to sell his entire collection to … Continue reading

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The Lion, The Witch and the Wardrobe at Cheyenne’s CLTP

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The Cheyenne Little Theatre’s production of The Lion, The Witch and the Wardrobe runs from Thursday through Sunday, February 9 – 25, 2018 at the Mary Godfrey Theatre. The play is adapted from C. S. Lewis’ novel by Joseph Robinette … Continue reading

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Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat at the Jesters

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The Jesters Dinner Theatre in Longmont,  Colorado presents Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat from February 2 – April 8, 2018. Joseph is a light-hearted musical presentation of the Bible story of Joseph and his coat of many colors.   … Continue reading

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A Place to Remember: Granada Relocation Center National Historic Landmark—Granada, Colorado

When one thinks of the forced internments that took place during World War II, one thinks of Hitler’s Germany or Stalin’s Russia.  However, after the bombing of Pearl Harbor on December 7, 1941, President Franklin Roosevelt authorized the relocation of … Continue reading

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The White Hotel on a Hill: The Stanley in Estes Park, Colorado

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On a hilltop overlooking the Colorado town of Estes Park sits a red-roofed, white clapboard structure:  The Stanley Hotel.  Given that most resorts in the Rocky Mountains are fairly rustic in design, the Georgian Revival-style of The Stanley makes it … Continue reading

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