rcjohnso:

Denver

rcjohnso:

Denver

7 months ago on February 8th, 2014 at 11:39 pm | Permalink | Reblog from
cabinporn:

Red A-frame outside Fairplay, Colorado.
Writes contributor Scott Larson:

My dad’s cabin sits at nearly 11,000 feet and has no running water or electricity. Some of my paintings are drying in the foreground. 

cabinporn:

Red A-frame outside Fairplay, Colorado.

Writes contributor Scott Larson:

My dad’s cabin sits at nearly 11,000 feet and has no running water or electricity. Some of my paintings are drying in the foreground. 

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mapsontheweb:

Drainage basin of the South Platte River in Colorado - the area hit by the worst flooding.
sverdrupian:


Source:http://newswatch.nationalgeographic.com/2013/09/17/colorado-droughts-and-wildfires-and-floods-oh-my/

mapsontheweb:

Drainage basin of the South Platte River in Colorado - the area hit by the worst flooding.

sverdrupian:

(Source: mapsontheweb)

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sparkyrobot:

Union Station - Denver, CO

1 year ago on September 6th, 2013 at 1:13 pm | Permalink | Reblog from
mapsontheweb:

Land Map of Colorado. Details inside. csneon2000:

Dark green is National Park; brown is National Monument; yellow is Bureau of Land Management land; light green is National Forest; red is other federal land. The thick black lines are county boundaries. The thick reddish lines are Interstate Highways; thin black lines are other roads. Dots are towns.

mapsontheweb:

Land Map of Colorado. Details inside.

csneon2000:

Dark green is National Park; brown is National Monument; yellow is Bureau of Land Management land; light green is National Forest; red is other federal land. The thick black lines are county boundaries. The thick reddish lines are Interstate Highways; thin black lines are other roads. Dots are towns.

(Source: mapsontheweb)

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