My son Blake's Paintings

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    These are paintings my son Blake has done. I have to admit, I love them all and think it is very cool we have an artist in the family.

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March 11, 2009

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isaac walton

I believe golfers putt for dough (money) not doe (female deer)

Fashir

Good read, I can attest to this. I run half marathons because I don't have the time to put in to do fulls, and even with halves, people are pretty blown away by running 13 miles. Whereas when I run a 5k, people look at the 3 miles and say "Well that's not much", and don't really appreciate the pace that it takes to do that in 16 minutes. But the dough comes in when I'm able to win local 5k races.

Air Jordans

Enjoyed reading this and would rather examine my own life and see where I am.Thank you v much for sharing...

RamonGustav

I think you are not quite right and you should still studying the matter.

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school_dubl

Interesting site, always a new topic .. good luck in the new 2011. Happy New Year!

Rental

Hi Merry Christmas and Happy New Year

Hotjobs

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2009 Elk Hunt

  • 1. Camp
    A great hunt in the sage brush and scrub oak of the western slope of Colorado.

Buffalo Peaks Wilderness

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    The Buffalo Peaks Wilderness is an under used gem less than two hours from the Denver Metro. Just 12 miles south of Fairplay on Hwy 285 there are beautiful meadows and beaver ponds just waiting for you.

Gore Range Backpacking - Lost Lake

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    This trip was a nice two day trip covering approximately 12 miles and 2100 feet vertical. You could take three days, but two was enough for us to enjoy the scenes while not feeling hurried.

2008 Colorado Elk Hunt

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    These are pictures from our 2008 muzzle loader elk hunt. We had great weather and the elk were active.

Mt. Zirkel Wilderness - Gilpin/Gold Creek Lake

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    The Mt. Zirkel Wilderness area is a spectacular area north of Steamboat Springs, Colorado. That means it's about 4 hours from the Denver area, but based on the beauty of this trip, we will be back. We entered at the popular and accessible Slavonia Trail Head. One interesting point is that the description "popular" is a relative thing. Popular usage for this area is comparable to "moderate" usage for areas closer to Denver.

Routt National Forest - North Fork Fly Fishing

  • 8. Brookies
    These photos are of my fly fishing trip to the North Fork of the Elk River. Prepare yourself for unusual beauty in this "burn" area of the Routt National Forest.

Indian Peaks - Betty/Bob Lake - High Mnt. Fishing

  • 2.3 Mountain Yellow
    The Indian Peaks Wilderness area is beautiful and accessible. The Hesse Trailhead serves as access to a tremendous amount of hikers. One word of caution is that you need a permit to camp in this area. Permits are only available at the Boulder Ranger Staion and the Ace Hardware in Nederland.

Gore Range - Wheeler/Lost Lake - High Mnt Fishing

  • 3. Wheeler Lake Trail sign
    The Wheeler Lake / Lost Lake trip is a scenic trip that is rated as "more difficult" by the Dillon Ranger District. I would rate it as moderate to Wheeler (+1400 ft in three miles) and pretty easy to Lost Lake.

Gore Range - Boulder Lake - High Mountain Fishing

  • I. Just the three of us
    This was an overnight trip into the Gore Range's Lower Boulder Lake from the Rock Creek Trailhead. We did not leave the Rock Creek Trailhead until just after 8:30 p.m. Approximately 1 mile from the Rock Creek Trailhead and on the Gore Range Trail, you will come to a beautiful open meadow with water (at least there was plenty of water on June 21st). As you wind around the meadow and up the trail on the other side, there are very good places to camp above the meadow in the pine forest. This camp left us with only 1.75 miles left to Boulder Lake. Check out the map, text files and other info by pasting the following link into your web browser http://longrunsolutions.typepad.com/long_run_solutions/2008/06/gore-range---boulder-lake-lower---high-mountain-fishing.html