March/April 2020




Bison tread again over the windswept, open plains of Soapstone Prairie north of Fort Collins.

Dawn Wilson

  • Life and death at Nederland’s Frozen Dead Guy Days. Story by Caroline Araiza, photographs by Joshua Hardin.
  • Redstone Castle: Colorado’s Downton Abbey. Story by Heidi Kerr-Schlaefer, photographs by Joshua Hardin.
  • Bison return to roam Soapstone Prairie. Story and Photographs by Dawn Wilson.
  • An Ode to Opening Day for the Colorado Rockies. Story and Photographs by Joshua Hardin.
  • Granola-fueled recipes for adventure. Recipes and photographs by Danelle McCollum.

PLUS:
• Medano Creek flows under the Great Sand Dunes.
• A Paonia artist repurposes bumpers into sculptures.
• Was Baby Doe Tabor a Gold Digger?
• A Snowmass Village Crepe Shop.
Hiking Colorado National Monument's Coke Ovens.
• Go.See.Do.: Durango film, Leadville ski joring, Vail food festival.
• Top Take: Black Canyon of the Gunnison National Park.
• Mud season Trivia.
• Colorado poets have their heads in the clouds.

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