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  1. November/December 2020 CL
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    • Winter Wildlife Portraits. Animals line up for their closeup from an Estes Park photographer. Story by Alan J. Bartels. Photographs by Fi Rust.
    • Idaho Springs. Digging for gold only scratches the surface
      of this mountain city. Story by Ian Neligh. Photographs by Joshua Hardin.
    • Camp Amache. A Granada teacher documents stories of detained Japanese Americans.
      Story by Tom Hess. Photographs by Joshua Hardin.
    • Outdoor Innovators. Colorado companies gear up for wilderness adventures. Story by Kevin Dwyer.
    • Denver Museum of Nature & Science. Dinosaur fossils, dioramas and dedicated collectors of Colorado’s hidden treasures. Story by Tom Hess. Photographs by Joshua Hardin.
  2. September/October 2020 CL
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    • Counting Courthouses. A dozen photogenic and historic county courthouses help tell the story of Colorado life. Story and photographs by Joshua Hardin.
    • Pueblo Riverwalk. A devastating flood on the Arkansas River a century ago carved a new channel of progress and development in Steel City. Story by Sue McMillin. Photographs by Joshua Hardin.
    • Longmont’s Accidental Cheesemaker. A childhood dream of a farm in the country led Kate Johnson on a path to Longmont, goats, cheese and students around the world. Story by Lisa Truesdale. Photographs by Joshua Hardin.
    • Black-footed Ferrets. Perhaps the greatest come-back story in America, the endangered animals thrive at a Northern Colorado recovery center. Story and photographs by Joshua Hardin.
    • Grand Mesa Byway. The world’s largest flattop mountain plays host to an inspiring display of fall colors, mountain lakes and eye-popping vistas at every turn. Story by Heidi Kerr-Schlaefer and Chris Amundson.
  3. July/August 2020 CL
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    • Noah Wetzel learned how to survive in the backcountry amidst the steep windswept landscapes of the Mount Zirkel Wilderness Area in northern Colorado. Story by Vanessa Zimmer Photographs by Noah Wetzel.
    • Grand Junction Rockies: Young fresh-faced baseball players start their pursuit of major-league stardom on western Colorado's Suplizio Field – and Grand Junction loves having them. Story and photographs by Dan Leeth.
    • Hot Dog! Colorado Life launches a search for the finest franks in all of Colorado – wondrous wieners whether dressed in Chicago-style trappings or conveniently encased in cornmeal. Story by Leah M. Charney.
    • Bishop's Castle: Jim Bishop spent a lifetime stacking stones and welding metal to build a dragon-headed castle in the Wet Mountains. Story by Tom Hess.
  4. May/June 2020 CL
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    • Northwest Exposure: Colorado's most remote corner is crowded with scenic beauty. Story by Tom Hess
    • Gordon Sign's glowing legacy lives on as the longtime Denver business raises and repairs iconic neon signs. Story by Leah M. Charney
    • A U.S. Army Ranger founds Veterans Expeditions a Salida nonprofit that sends veterans on a mission of outdoor exploration. Story by Nathan Ward
    • Three generations of the Woodland Park's Vahsholtz family are crowned kings of the mountain as they race to the clouds in the Pikes Peak International Hill Climb. Story by Tom Hess
    • The healthy side of Colorado food served in unique salads. Story by Danelle McCollum
  5. March/April 2020 CL
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    • Life and death at Nederland's Frozen Dead Guy Days
    • Redstone Castle: Colorado's Downton Abbey
    • Bison return to roam Soapstone Prairie
    • An Ode to Opening Day for the Colorado Rockies
    • Granola-fueled recipes for adventure
  6. January/February 2020 CL
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    • Photographers put their eyes in the skies with the use of new drone technology.
    • Wolf Creek: A family ski resort creates a tight-nit community near Pagosa Springs.
    • Take a behind-the-scenes tour of Hammond's Candy one of Denver's sweetest businesses and learn the crushing saga of its 100-year history.
    • Pioneering photographer William Henry Jackson was the first to prove the existence of the mysterious Colorado Mount of the Holy Cross.
    • Recipes to help keep New Year's resolutions to eat healthy greens.
  7. November/December 2019 CL
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    • Youth launched by the sport of ski jumping take to the skies over Steamboat Springs. Story by Chryss Cada. Photographs by Noah Wetzel.
    • Unusual business brings customers to Manitou Springs stores where the wares are weird. Story by Tom Hess. Photographs by Joshua Hardin.
    • Ghost towns scattered along Highway 350 remind travelers of Plains pioneer dreams. Story by Tom Hess. Photographs by Debi Boucher and Jim Shoemaker.
    • A dozen Denver museums await discovery for fans of everything from vintage baseball to $10000 bills. Story by Lisa Truesdale.
    • Best of Colorado Life cookbook recipes.
  8. September/October 2019 CL
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    • Mount Evans the highest paved road in North America climbs to a 14000-foot summit where expansive views a historical observatory and wildlife await. Part three of our three-part series on Colorado's highest-elevation roads. Story by Ian Neligh.

    • Ride the rails on the Cumbres & Toltec Railroad the longest and loftiest narrow-gauge route remaining in the United States.Story and photographs by Dan Leeth.

    • Victor a mining mecca west of Pikes Peak marks a 125-year history and looks forward to a golden future. Story by Sue McMillan. Photographs by Joshua Hardin.

    • A photographic book captures the architecture nature and agriculture of Knapp Ranch beneath Eagle County peaks. Story by Tom Hess. Photographs by Todd Winslow Pierce.

    • Tailgating recipes to get you ready for the big game by Angela and Chris Amundson.
  9. July/August 2019 CL
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    • Pikes Peak thought inaccessible by its namesake Zebulon Pike was the inspiration behind Katherine Lee Bates' America the Beautiful. Part two of our three-part series on Colorado's highest-elevation roads. Story by Tom Hess.
    • On a July day 150 years ago the Cheyenne Dog Soldiers made their final stand in northeastern Colorado at the Battle of Summit Springs. Who were the Dog Soldiers? And did Buffalo Bill play a role in the battle? Stories by Matt Vincent.
    • The Cherry Cricket burger spot firmly grasps its down-home roots in a posh Denver neighborhood. Story by Leah Charney photos by Joshua Hardin.
    • From a quiet paddle or relaxing at one end of a fishing pole to airborne tubing and boarding Coloradans know how to play on the water as illustrated in our photo essay on Colorado state parks.
  10. May/June 2019 CL
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    • Any day now cyclists will catch the first ride of the season on Trail Ridge Road as the 48-mile high-elevation highway that bisects Rocky Mountain National Park opens to pedal-pushers.
    • The northeastern community of Julesburg has been through so much history that it takes three museums to tell the story. Starting with Jules Beni’s trading post it passed through the years as a stage stop a Pony Express station and a U.S. Army outpost to its incarnation today as a feisty history-loving city.
    • The Royal Gorge Bridge somehow survived the devastating wildfire of 2013 and the park surrounding it has risen like a phoenix from the ashes.
    • Two mighty stallions fight over a girl in Scott Wilson’s award-winning photograph from Sand Wash Basin.
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  11. March/April 2019 CL
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    • Fort Collins “Mud Season” adventures
    • Edgewood’s first family of stained glass
    • Towner Bus Tragedy memories
    • Karval’s Mountain Plover Festival
    • Glenwood Springs Caves
    • Iron Mountain Hot Springs
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  12. January/February 2019 CL
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    Colorado’s wild and wacky winter festivals make downhill skiing look boring.


    Alamosa: It’s not merely the gateway to Great Sand Dunes National Park.


    Hankering to talk like a grizzled prospector? You now have your own day.


    Members of the Diamond Peaks Ski Patrol know beauty can kill.


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