Alpine, San Juan Mountains, Colorado
Canyon Country, Dominguez-Escalante
Silvershield Trail, Ouray, Colorado
At every elevation of SW Colorado, there are flowers to enjoy from now until end of August as the high country opens up. Mary Menz and Jim Pisarowicz, co-authors of Common Wildflowers of the San Juan Mountains, guide you on three trails:
• High Alpine Wildflowers
• Canyon Country Wildflowers in Escalante
• Silvershield Trail near Ouray.
Main St. Montrose is Open
Even if you can’t see them, you can hear the happy smiles, albeit a bit muffled, behind face masks in the cheerful greetings from customers, sales staff, and business owners as Montrose downtown opens for business on the 300 and 400 blocks of East Main. [Story]
The New Virtual Business Model
Today, we are living in a brand new world of business technology. We share conversations about how high-speed Internet is changing how we do business.
• The Internet & Managing Your Business
• Connecting From a Distance With Elevate
• Communication Evolution and the Business Owner
10 Mles From Home
Know Where Your Food Comes
Mary Menz. There is a renewed interest by a public that wants to know where its food comes from, whether it’s local or sustainably-raised, sustainably-grown, or sustainably-fished elsewhere. [Read more]
By Kelly Goodin. ” Tri-County Pet Pantry. Low-cost Health & Welness Services. Animal Rescue. Our mission is Connecting Pets, People & Community While Saving Lives. [Read more]
10 Miles From Home
Get Ready for Camping
(We’ll be allowed back on the road soon.)
Ninah Hunter. It’s March on Colorado’s Western Slope and a great time to start planning for summertime camping and road tripping. Some of my favorite planning tools are Internet apps, which also have a mobile phone component for use on the road. [Read more]
Heading Up to the High Country
Before . . .
Historic Post Office
By Marilyn Cox. Story coming.
During . . .
Shelter in Place Activities
Amiessa Dawn Jutten, MSW, LCSW. How to Survive and Thrive. Self-isolation and shelter-in-place do not mean that you have to be completely alone. It is important to maintain social connection to your family, friends, community, and humanity. [Suggestions here]
After . . .
The “New” Normal – 3 views
Eva Veitch. 2020-A Year We Never Forget. We are forever changed because of COVID-19, but I hope we will focus on how this can make us better and stronger than ever.
Jim Elder. All of a Sudden. All of a sudden our world has changed. Perhaps in the near future folks will refer to the terms “BC” (before COVID) and “AD” (after detention). No matter the terms we use, our lives have changed forever.
Kate Burke. We Are Not in the Same Boat. We are all on different ships during this life-changing storm – each of us experiencing a very different journey
By Jim Elder. Story coming.
By Ninah Hunter. Story coming.
By John Leu. Story comimg
Seniors may not be able to get out, but they can reach out to one another…and spend time together virtually. They’re rapidly learning and using new technology skills. [Read Story]
So, what does Farmer John do with a cell phone? And why does he need a tablet? Well, he can count his chickens or head of cattle, photograph his flock or his herd, and keep track without having to carry pencil and paper or run back to the barn and hope he remembers what he forgot to write down. Pretty slick! [Read Story]