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Proper preparation is at the cornerstone of the scouting experience. Survival skills can mean many different things — from a collaborative approach common in Girl Scouts to outdoorbased learning that

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The Gunnison Valley is a gold mine for old bikes — vintage Schwinns, beat-up clunkers and townies of all types. And by the look of them, you know these bikes

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Imagine dining on tender, juicy prime rib or delicately smoked local trout with truffle chips. Or flatbread with prosciutto and figs. Cowboy caviar — made of corn, beans, peppers, onions

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Little compares to the feeling of driving down an open road, windows down and tunes jamming. Especially if you happen to be driving through the Gunnison Valley, with the cool,

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If you’ve ever mailed a package at the Gunnison Post Office, you might recall a colorful creation painted on the south side of the building near the front desk. A

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The sunshine bouncing off the new finish on the boiler of Engine 278 is a testament to the completion of an almost decade-long project to restore a piece of Colorado

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When Andy Albershardt thinks about his day-to-day, he often breaks it down into stages. While that might just be the road cyclist in him, it’s a way of living that

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The sport of team roping is not just for boys anymore. Perhaps it never was. Both nationally and locally, women are seen regularly picking up a rope and mounting a

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The dogs were shiny and polished, and their handlers well dressed. An occasional bark or whimper could be heard in the Fred Field Western Heritage Center at the Gunnison County

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When 28-year-old biology professor John C. Johnson first laid eyes on Gothic on July 4, 1919, he did not foresee that in a few years he would found the Rocky

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