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  • Satellite Internet Enables You To Work From Home At A Secluded Property

    COVID-19 has changed work in a major way in America. More people are working remotely than ever, which has created more demand for high-speed internet in rural areas – particularly in Colorado, which had a goal of connecting up to 92% of rural communities to …

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    Current Market Investment Opportunities – Is Now A Good Time to Buy Land in Colorado?

    In the last few months, people around the world have been facing many challenges. Up until now, people often subscribed to an ideal of convenience, where their lives took them to metro areas which were close to highways, schools, hospitals, and their work lives. Recent …

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  • Mueller State Park – An Example of Colorado’s Beautiful Landscape

    When the early settlers rolling into Colorado land first saw the Rocky Mountains, they must have stopped dead in their tracks.  After weeks of crossing the Great Plains in wagons, they met a wall of lush, forested mountains with white snow-capped peaks.  Among the most …

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  • Pike’s Peak: America’s Mountain

    Pikes Peak has been a destination for people in Colorado since it was discovered in the 1700s by Spanish settlers. A rendezvous point for several Native American tribes; it stood even then as a sentinel rising above the plains. In those days, it was known …

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  • Florissant Fossil Beds National Monument

    Teller County is home to a truly unique piece of Colorado landscape. Around 35 million years ago, this area was home to several active volcanoes as well as an abundance of flora and fauna. The land flourished with primordial forests like the redwoods or sequoias …

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  • Dinosaur, Colorado

    Colorado’s History Through Geology

    Colorado has a long connection with paleontology that you might not know. Colorado was one of the first states in the country to adopt an official “state dinosaur” ever: the stegosaurus. There’s a good reason for this, which is connected to a long-standing history of …

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  • Rocky Mountain Property

    Rocky Mountain Land – Then & Now

    When The West Was Wild At the end of the 19th Century, Colorado was up for grabs, and the industries of mining, forestry, and agriculture were carving the Rocky Mountains into partitions of land. The native people had been dispersed or sent to live on …

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    Investing in Colorado Mountain Property FAQs

    Colorado is a land of many different wonders. It is one of the few states that possesses a multitude of climate zones. Not just pine forested mountains, Colorado is also home to high-country deserts, prairies, valleys, river basins, and of course alpine landscapes. There’s probably …

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  • Pristine River Fishing

    Pristine stretch of river now open for guided fishing tours

    You used to have to pay more than $100,000 to fish at this pristine spot in Eagle County. These days, you can take a guided fishing tour for much less. EAGLE COUNTY — An once exclusive stretch of river in Eagle County is now opened …

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    Curious Nature: This summer, the Eagle River Valley has more ‘hot spots’ for trout than usual (column)

    We all have our favorite fishing spots that we consider to be the best, or our personal hot spots. However, this summer, the Eagle River Valley has more hot spots than usual. Unfortunately for anglers, this doesn’t mean the river is overflowing with rainbows, cutthroats …

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