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2011 

Today, Inman's Agent Reboot seminar in Denver has ignited my real estate business!  I truly do not know where to begin. First of all, to those people who attended, kudos to you. To those that didn't take the time, you have no idea what you missed! From the moment the conference started, we were i...
06/29/2011
Donkey Derby Days in Cripple Creek was a huge success! Held July 25-26 in the historic mining community of Cripple Creek, the event drew thousands of people who came to eat, drink, but especially to see the donkey races!   The streets were lined with tents filled with every kind of merchandize im...
06/27/2011
I live in Lakewood which was named All American City for 2011 by National Civic League. Just announced this week, our community of Lakewood has much to celebrate. The award is given every year to 10 communities to recognize their ability to bring residents, government and organizations together t...
06/24/2011
What is it with the message, "Have you lost your keys?"  Recently, when I have tried to see a posting on ActiveRain, I have gotten this message "Have you lost your keys?".... and then asking for more info...sorry, I immediatly remove myself and try to communicate with someone else. I may be unawa...
06/22/2011
Sometimes, adapting a recipe can make for a delightful meal. This evening, we took Chef Jamie Oliver's recipe for oven baked salmon with purple brocoli in an anchovie with rosemary sauce and adapted it slightly which produced an incredibly delicious meal. Who would have thought to combine anchovi...
06/22/2011
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Here in Colorado, especially right now, Green = Gold.  We are one of the few states that offer caregive status as well as full-time dispensaries for people who need and have been medically approved for medical marijuana.  A lot is happening on the legislative arena to regulate all of this, but in...
06/15/2011
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Well, I have been following the beautiful Columbine....but right now, in Colorado, green seems to be a real issue. So I am including a photo of Colorado Green.....the new crop in our area. With upcoming legislation going into affect on July 1, 2011, there are still so many questions to be answere...
06/15/2011
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As I mentioned in previous posts, the Columbine flower comes in many colors - the famous blue, red and even yellow. When we re-landscaped our backyard, we didn't realize that the garden had contained many columbine plants. We literally scraped the yard taking out everything but a couple of trees ...
06/15/2011
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Colorado Red is another version of the Colorado Columbine.  Typically, I haven't seen the "red" in the wild as I do in local gardens. But the combination of red and yellow is divine: It is amazing how prolific these flower are in Colorado.  I was so delighted to see them reappear in my scraped of...
06/15/2011
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Colorado is famous for the beautiful Blue Columbine which grows wild in the foothills and mountains of the Rockies. Several years ago, my husband and I gutted out old backyard (previous owners) and started from scratch. We only salvaged a couple of pine trees and a lilac bush as well as a forsyth...
06/15/2011
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