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Time May Heal All Wounds- But It Makes Homesickness Worse

My little town has always been the core of who I am.

Even now as I sit thousands of miles away-it feels close enough for me to touch.   1,399 more words

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#ClimateChange: Mountains west of Boulder continue to lose ice as climate warms -- CU Boulder

Here’s the release from the University of Colorado at Boulder:

New research led by the University of Colorado Boulder indicates an ongoing loss of ice on Niwot Ridge and the adjacent Green Lakes Valley in the high mountains west of Boulder is likely to progress as the climate continues to warm.

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Conscious American Roots - Steven Graves Band

An interview by Julie Horner with Steven Graves originally published in the Santa Cruz Mountain Bulletin: http://mountainbulletin.com/

Local musician, Steven Graves, and I caught up with each other to chat about his band’s recent appearance at the Trout Farm Inn and to share thoughts about his music, spirituality, and life! 857 more words

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Adrienne & Eric | An Autumn Wedding on Boulder Creek

I’ve only had one pumpkin spice latte in my life. Honestly, I’m not a huge fan. Don’t get me wrong, I am a frequenter of Starbucks. 322 more words

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39th Annual Camp Joy Gardens Wreath Sale!

It’s that time of year again!  One of my favorite local events: the wreath sale at Camp Joy Gardens is happening this Sunday.  If you haven’t been, this year is a must.   159 more words

Sugar By The Pound

H20; a portrait

Many years after acquiring my first DSLR camera, I am still learning how to use it. It’s like a computer with layers of functionality that I must discover one layer at a time. 156 more words

Photography

The Valley’s Legendary Dr. Madd Show

By Julie Horner

Picture Thanksgiving, 1976, San Francisco’s Winterland. The Band is performing its last concert coming down from 16 years on the road. Some numbers they do just them, other songs include guest artists. 691 more words

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