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1 year ago on July 19th, 2013 at 8:45 pm | Permalink
denverstreetart:

Hanging out at 5th Sun checking out work by #Keno Gonzales. #denverart #denverstreetart #streetart http://bit.ly/11WWURy

denverstreetart:

Hanging out at 5th Sun checking out work by #Keno Gonzales. #denverart #denverstreetart #streetart http://bit.ly/11WWURy

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lbmdispatch:

Highway 14, west of Sterling.
Those who are restless in their old homes, and seek to better their condition, will find greater advantages in Colorado than anywhere else in the west….The climate possesses peculiar charms for those in failing health, and invalids can find here a sure panacea for nearly every human ill. The poor should come to Colorado, because here they can by industry and frugality better their condition. The rich should come here, because they can more advantageously invest their means than in any other new region. The young should come here to get an early start on the road to wealth, and the old should come to get a new lease on life, and to enjoy their declining years in a country unequaled for its natural beauty and loveliness. In short, it is the Mecca for all classes and conditions, and we thoughtfully recommend it to the thoughtful examination of the public.

—Territorial government pamphlet. 1872

lbmdispatch:

Highway 14, west of Sterling.

Those who are restless in their old homes, and seek to better their condition, will find greater advantages in Colorado than anywhere else in the west….The climate possesses peculiar charms for those in failing health, and invalids can find here a sure panacea for nearly every human ill. The poor should come to Colorado, because here they can by industry and frugality better their condition. The rich should come here, because they can more advantageously invest their means than in any other new region. The young should come here to get an early start on the road to wealth, and the old should come to get a new lease on life, and to enjoy their declining years in a country unequaled for its natural beauty and loveliness. In short, it is the Mecca for all classes and conditions, and we thoughtfully recommend it to the thoughtful examination of the public.

Territorial government pamphlet. 1872

1 year ago on May 7th, 2013 at 11:19 am | Permalink | Reblog from
wandrlust:


Jack Nicholson and Reggie Jackson après-ski at the Jerome Hotel, Aspen, January 1984 — Christopher Makos

wandrlust:

Jack Nicholson and Reggie Jackson après-ski at the Jerome Hotel, Aspen, January 1984 — Christopher Makos

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vintagenatgeographic:

Ski trails score the high slopes near Aspen, Colorado
National Geographic | October 1979

vintagenatgeographic:

Ski trails score the high slopes near Aspen, Colorado

National Geographic | October 1979

1 year ago on March 23rd, 2013 at 1:08 am | Permalink | Reblog from
"You can drink it. We did drink it, around the table, almost ritual-like…"

Colorado Governor John Hickenlooper at a Senate hearing on natural gas, saying he once drank fracking fluid with Halliburton representatives.

Hickenlooper says the liquid he sipped was made entirely of “food additives,” but fracking fluids can contain chemicals ranging from lead to formaldehyde

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think how quickly our problems would be solved if more officials drank fracking fluid

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