Day in the Life

A change of gears
A change of gears

What's not to be thankful for when surrounded by friends, food, bikes and lots and lots of singletrack?

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Season opener
Season opener

The La Plata County Fairgrounds was a mecca for all things warm and delicious last Saturday. Almost every inch of the venue was filled with troves of cold weather treasures.

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Run like a girl
Run like a girl

It's no secret that growing up is hard, but with the nonprofit organization Girls on the Run, some girls get a little help. With after-school self-esteem classes, girl bonding time and volunteer coaches, the international organization helps give girls the courage it takes to be strong and confident.

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Red, white & blues
Red, white & blues

Election night on Tuesday left many Durango folks feeling an entire spectrum of emotions left to right, red to blue, elation and dismay.

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Rocking out
Rocking out

Sometimes the best thing you can do for Halloween is grab a funny costume and a couple of friends and escape to the desert for a weekend of climbing, games, campfires, food and laughter.

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Born to Run
Born to Run

When the weatherman begins to forecast snow instead of rain, it's time to get outside and enjoy the last of the snowless high country while it lasts.

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Culinary kids
Culinary kids

The tables were turned in Dolores on Monday and Tuesday, when local kids harvested, prepared and then served meals to many area residents.

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The fruits of labor
The fruits of labor

Fall is perhaps the most beloved of the four seasons in these Four Corners.

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Up in the air
Up in the air

Flying high at the Albuquerque International Balloon Fiesta

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Falling for you
Falling for you

Even though the official first day of Autumn was barely a week ago, fall has shown up in full force with winter tip-toeing close behind and onto the tops of our hometown mountains.

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Superfly
Superfly

Getting flighty at the Durango-La Plata County Airport’s Aviation Celebration

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Rolling with it
Rolling with it

When life gets hectic and crazy, sometimes it’s hard to remember to relax and go with the flow.

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Hog heaven
Hog heaven

Hog heaven – Motorcycles (and a few cars) rumble through town for Four Corners Motorcycle Rally

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Beer Thirty
Beer Thirty

Beer thirty – tipping em back at the San Juan Brew Fest

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Twenty years of fresh
Twenty years of fresh

Even if you don't consider yourself a "foodie" and for the life of you can't tell the difference between a leek and an onion, even if you think a beet is the rhythm of a song, or you would rather see a fly on your plate than a summer squash...

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South of the border
South of the border

Upon driving into Taos, N.M., it is easy to see why artists have been flocking to the quirky enclave for more than 100 years. With the dramatic Sangre de Cristos as a backdrop – not to mention the mysterious “Taos hum”– the area has been a rich source of inspiration and wonder for many.

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Running with the Wolves
Running with the Wolves

Wolves: feared by some, hunted by others; loved by many. At Wolfwood Refuge, near Durango, the mission is to provide a safe refuge for unwanted or mistreated wolves and wolf - dogs.

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Ride 'em cowboy
Ride 'em cowboy

Western cowboy blood runs deep in these parts. And perhaps at no other time is it more apparent and celebrated than  during the annual Fiesta Days.

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Getting a grip
Getting a grip

Perhaps it is masochism that compels us to do what we do. Perhaps it is the pain that we crave, the struggle that we desire. 

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The sound of music
The sound of music

Rockin’ out at Durango’s summer outdoor concerts

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