The Independent Weekly Line on Durango and Beyond
Speaking of flightless, stuffed birds, if you’re planning to fly in and out of DIA this holiday weekend, you might want to bring a good book, neck pillow and maybe a space blanket.
The bird’s been picked clean, the wishbone broken and the pie but a distant memory. But what to do with that vat of used oil sloshing around in the deep fryer?
While preparing the Thanksgiving feast next week, why not slip in a little insecty goodness? (After all, it could be argued that turkeys are nothing more than overgrown bugs, anyway.)
As we head into the season of giving, Durango School District 9-R has reopened its food pantry after a hiatus. The pantry, which is located in the DHS Health Services Center, will be open from 9 a.m. – 12 noon on Saturdays.
Hikers now have their own route to Telluride’s iconic Bridal Veil Falls. This week, San Miguel County announced it had opened the new Bridal Veil Trail for public use.
Freedom isn’t free, but for veterans next Sun., Nov. 11, breakfast will be.
True, cycling season never really ends in Durango. But as winter digs its clutches
into the local trails, it’s safe to say it’s winding down. T
If you are lucky enough to be going down the Grand Canyon next week, prepare to fasten all objects.