I am a Colorado girl who finds creativity and inspiration in the great outdoors.
I am fascinated with new media and strive to keep my writing fresh and my marketing skills current.
I am passionate about the lifestyle/recreation/travel verticals,
but also enjoy delving into the world of science and technology.
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Text and photos by Sharon Cutler If you love to travel but crave the comforts of home, a home exchange might be right up your alley. Along with the amenities of a home, an exchange lets you take more vacations because you don't have to pay hotel and car-rental fees.
Boulder County is a hiker's mecca. There are endless options to choose from, each with its own allure. Whether you fancy a spirited hike, a cardio assault, a stroll through history or a walk with the kids, there's a trail for you. This summer, why not shake up your hiking habits?
For a few magical days each winter, Boulder County's celebrated hiking trails are transformed into a snowy wonderland tempting cross-country skiers to get out and play. For that handful of dazzling days, skiers can bundle up and embark on amazing adventures that may be found no farther than the end of their street.
Writing: Profiles / Science / Technology
"Pull over and open everything up," instructed the security guard at the entrance of the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST). "Open up your glove box, the console, the hood, the hatchback and the doors.
Beth Klein will talk about almost anything-from her husband and teenage son, to surfing, to her independent video production company called Humanities. Just don't ask her about herself. Then the talk ceases. Thankfully, colleagues, judges, friends and clients-and even the plaintiff of a case in which Klein negotiated a settlement for the defense-aren't so reticent.
How I survived training for an early spring century ride Bike season came early this year. It collided with ski season in mid-March (which was completely exhausting), and by April Fool's Day, the stinking mound of Lycra in my laundry hamper was evidence that bike season had begun in earnest.
When you set off on an adventure, you never really know what lies ahead. We throw down our packs, plop down on a bench, and admire the craggy Julian Alps framing the Planina Pre Jezeru hut, our home for the night.
If you plug Frazione-Capoluogo, 47 Valpelline, Aosta Valley, Italy into Google Maps, you'll end up in the tiny village of Allein, a wide spot in a narrow road precariously perched on the edge of a cliff, a dozen kilometers and a few thousand meters above the Aosta Valley in northern Italy.