DrFumblefinger visits an Synagogue built in Leadville during the mining hey-dey of the late 19th century.
DrFumblefinger explores some of the beautiful Victoria architecture you'll find on the residential streets of Leadville, Colorado.
Samantha shares a tribute to a uniquely Western phenomenon—professional bullriders.
DrFumblefinger shares some of the murals he discovered while connected at Denver International Airport.
Gumbo was visiting the Colorado Chautauqua National Historic Landmark. Situated in Boulder, the Chautauqua was created as a place of adult learning and entertainment more than a century ago, a function it fulfills to this day.
Drfumblefinger stumbles across an unusual coffee shop high in the Colorado Rockies.
DrFumblefinger came across this unusual display of two cars, parked in the pedestrian zone of Pearl Street in downtown Boulder, Colorado.
DrFumblefinger explores some of the streets of the small town of Lafayette, Colorado
Denver is adding gates and new security areas to handle increased traffic and to return the Great Hall to its original purpose.
Samantha shares her soft opening visit to the new Black Bear Diner in Westminster, CO. She loved the rustic motif and all the cute bear art work inside.
DrFumblefinger admires this lonely flower growing on an isolated stump in a Colorado reservoir.
DrFumblefinger loves visiting old mining towns, of which there are many in Colorado. One of the most interesting is the town of Gold Hill, formed before Colorado had even been granted statehood.
DrFumblefinger loves to visit old mining towns. Leadville, situated high in the Colorado Rockies, was once the second largest city in Colorado. Today it is a sleepy city whose Historic District offers an interesting window into the city's past
DrFumblefinger was delighted to find this ancient fire truck sitting in the Colorado mountain town of Gold Hill.
Gumbo was visiting an excellent museum in Denver, its Nature and Science Museum. The museum has many galleries as part of its permanent exhibits and featured two interesting exhibits when DrFumblefinger visited, one on the Dead Sea Scrolls and one on Nature's Bioluminescence.