Estes Park Set To Become Celtic Capital Of North America

Get your tickets today and join more than 80,000 weekend attendees for the 36th Annual Longs Peak Scottish-Irish Highland Festival in Estes Park. Festivities begin with the opening Tattoo Estes on Thursday evening, September 6, at 7:30 p.m., in the rodeo arena. This is a one-of-a-kind parade ground concert that features military and pipe bands. This year’s program will commemorate those

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Roads Traveled with Linda L. Osmundson

Highway Of Legends

About 205 miles from Lyons, or a three and a half hour drive, you’ll find one of the first scenic highways of Colorado, the Highway of Legends. While on the way to Santa Fe, my husband and I passed many signs, which directed travelers to this eighty-two mile, two hour scenic side trip that begins in Walsenburg and ends in Trinidad. You take Rte. 160, west toward LaVeta where the Highway of Legends actually begins at Rte. 12.

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What Grandma Ate... And Why

By Carol Marra

Frances crawled out an upper window of her family’s Iowa farmhouse and onto the tin roof above the front porch; she was toting a tray of thinly sliced apples from the orchard. She placed them carefully on the tin roof to dry in the sun -- the roof was hot enough to keep the flies away. These apples would be the stars of the dried apple pudding, with whipped cream from the dairy cows, which was a staple of celebratory family dinners.

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Mysteries Of Menopause Explained

Part One: What is going on?

With Dr. Sara Hart, ND, MSOM, LAc of Stillwater Healing Arts Clinic, Lyons

One moment you’re sitting in a meeting having a conversation with a colleague and you’re able to present yourself as a professional, intelligent person.  Before you can blink, your mind turns to Jell-O, you can’t remember the last word you said nor the poignant message you were trying to convey, your body temperature seems to be going through the roof, and you’re sweating profusely.

 

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Ask the Handy Woman!

Answers to your home maintenance and repair questions

Can you believe it? A year has gone by. A whole year since Lora and Joseph at the Lyons Recorder agreed to let me blather on about what makes my world go ‘round: fixing things and playing with power tools! (Cue Tim “The Tool Man” Taylor sound byte. Actually no, don’t. That just sounds ridiculous.).

 

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Roads Traveled with Linda L. Osmundson

Santa Fe, New Mexico

Drive south on I-25 about seven hours from Lyons and you arrive in Santa Fe, New Mexico. “A City Different,” “Aspen’s sister,” “O’Keeffe Country,” the highest US capitol city at over 7200 feet, and Spanish for “holy faith.”  Thirty-two years ago my husband and I visited the city for a company business conference. More recently, we traveled there to help our middle son and his family settle into a house. Santa Fe has definitely changed!

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Spot on Seniors

Just A Little Ditty Can Make The Day Brighter

By Kathleen Spring

If a King of Comedy was crowned at the Lyons senior center, it would have to be Don Hunt.  He brought jokes and songs to the seniors on many occasions over the years, but due to health concerns, he retired his repertoire in spring.

 

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