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Colorado Facts #4

June 25, 2015 admin 0

Colorado Facts – The tallest sand dunes in America are in Great Sand Dunes National Park and Preserve outside of Alamosa in south-central Colorado. This 149,512-acre landscape of 8,000 -foot sand peaks was created by ocean waters and [read more…]

Strange Facts #4

June 25, 2015 admin 0

Strange Facts – The average U.S. wedding now costs $31,213 (excluding the honeymoon.) – During the global hop shortage of 2008, the Samuel Adams Beer Company sold 20,000 pounds of their excess hops to over 200 craft breweries, [read more…]

Strange Laws #4

June 25, 2015 admin 0

Strange Laws – In Pueblo, CO it is illegal to let a dandelion grow within the city limits. – In Fountain, CO it is illegal to have weeds in your yard. – In Vail, CO it is illegal [read more…]

Riddle Of The Week #3

June 20, 2015 admin 1

Riddle Of The Week and Answers A man is the owner of a winery who recently passed away. In his will, he left 21 barrels (seven of which are filled with wine, seven of which are half full, [read more…]

Strange Laws #3

June 20, 2015 admin 1

Strange Laws – In Arvada, CO establishments which sell alcohol must have enough lighting to read text while inside them. – In Boulder, CO it is illegal to permit ones llama to graze on city property. – In [read more…]

Strange Facts #3

June 20, 2015 admin 0

Strange Facts – Abraham Lincoln signed a bill creating the secret service on the exact day in which he was assassinated. – The inventor of the fire hydrant is unknown because the building holding the patent burned to [read more…]

Strange News #2

June 20, 2015 admin 1

Strange News Man Shoots Himself In Foot To See How It Feels, Colorado Police Say Some guys shoot themselves in the foot metaphorically, but only Adam Hirtle knows if it’s worse to do it literally. And he did [read more…]

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