There is a castle in Westminster Colorado, also known, “The Big Red Castle” or “The Pillar of Fire” When I first moved to Westminster Colorado, I was curious about this looming building. Just in case you have been wondering here is the scoop! This is a historical landmark in Westminster Colorado. It is listed on … More The Westminster Colorado Castle
People travel from all over the world to come to trails that are in our backyard! We have some of the best trails in Westminster. This is a list of some of the most popular trails in Westminster. Every Trail.com complied a list with its rating to help you. Dirty Bismarck Loop Superior, Colorado, United … More Hiking in and around Westminster Colorado
There is so much to do in Westminster during the summer for kids. One option is Summer Camp. Westminster provides summer camp for all ages. Weekly Summer Camp Registration available at all Westminster recreation centers. Online registration for summer camp is designed for daily registrations ONLY and begins April 1. Full week registration needs to be done … More Summer Camp in Westminster Colorado
Mid century modern architecture flourished from 1945 to 1975—but Denver was ahead of the trend. The Mile High City got its first mid-mod home in 1935, when Casper Hegner, fresh from studying in Europe, built his International House in Wash Park. This month, New Century Modern and Studio Gunn Architecture will bring the style back … More Mid-modern is making a comeback!
Ever wonder what the different neighborhoods in Denver have to offer? Well, the magazine 5280 took all the guess-work out. They have made some judgement calls and with the way the market keeps changing don’t rely to heavily on the pricing but this is a very good overview of some of the neighborhoods in Denver. … More Some of the best places to live in Denver
For some reason air leaks don’t seem so bad in the summer. But once the temperature starts to drop…..they seem to be everywhere! That annoying draft of cold air that makes you want to run and grab a blanket. Even worse is when you get out the shower and if feels like a blast of … More Seal those air leaks! It’s getting cold out there
Summer is fading into a memory now. The longs days of swimming, hiking and riding bikes will be replaced by skiing, snowboarding and ice skating. But before you head out to enjoy the snow, take some time and get your home ready for the cold weather ahead. Here are some tips from my favorite home … More Winterize Your Home