This past weekend the Colorado Archaeological Society (CAS) held its annual conference in Montrose. CAS has been around since 1935 and the local Chipeta Chapter formed a few weeks after the state organization was founded.
It seems I read a post on social media, a couple times a week, from someone who lost a dog in the backcountry while out recreating. These kinds of posts really bother me, because I am a dog-lover.
- OUTDOORS: Hybrid deer hard to spot
- OUTDOORS: A race up Imogene Pass on foot
- OUTDOORS OPINION: CPW balances competing interests in service to the public's trust
- Not-so-docile animals: Angry beavers
- OUTDOORS: Polaris is the North Star, for now
- OUTDOORS: Of heritage and homemade pie
- OUTDOORS: The gift of the arctic grayling
- OUTDOORS: Troubleshooting tomato problems
- OUTDOORS: Items to take on your trip to the outdoors
- OUTDOORS: Three day pass to fish, fish, fish
- OUTDOORS: Cooking over the fire
- OUTDOORS: Paddling low water in Colorado River
- OUTDOORS: Are yellowjackets good or bad?
- I’ll take the .22 long rifle
- Finding your way in the great outdoors