Tags » Durango

Colorado Railroad Museum - Golden, CO - September 2011

The history of the Colorado Railroad Museum goes back to just after World War Two when a young army veteran from Pennsylvania ended up in the south central Colorado town of Alamosa and opened a motel. 1,340 more words


Angry Colorado residents demand answers from utility company

The “AMR” meters (“turtles”) mentioned in the story are actually power-line carrier Smart Meters (PLC). There is very little difference between PLC and wireless Smart Meters. 1,562 more words

Feds Say Mine Operators Warned Before Accident In Ouray

DENVER (AP) – Federal mine inspectors say operators were warned numerous times of potential danger at the Revenue-Virginius Mine days before two men died of carbon-monoxide poisoning in 2013. 491 more words


Beer Traveler: Mountain towns

Beer Into Thin Air is my Beer Traveler column (Vol. 31, Iss. 5, 2010) exploring some of the best beer towns at high elevations, so naturally they’re along the Continental Divide, in order from north to south: … 7 more words

All About Beer

Try a Visit to the Famous Movie Set in Durango, Mexico Recommended by Vacation Fulfillment

Vacation Fulfillment knows that when set out on their vacations, they enjoy visiting new and surprising places. For that reason, travelers, especially pop culture fans and movie buffs, are encouraged tourists to visit “Chupaderos”, a movie set in the colonial city of Durango, Mexico.“Chupaderos” is a Wild West movie set where famous actors like John Wayne, Robert Wagner and Jorge Russek filmed some great features. 176 more words