The TABOR Amendment (Article X Section 20) was voted into the Colorado Constitution in 1992 as a way to try to control the seemingly uncontrolled spending of the State, Counties and municipalities. There are several sides to this controversial amendment, but in a landslide vote, the people of Colorado said "Yes!".
Some in politics claim TABOR is bad for the state as it ties their hands when trying to creatively work the already budgets tight budgets. Others claim they do not have time to wait for voter approval for unplanned emergencies regarding schools, police, fire and other essential services.
Each set includes three of each image in the set and 12 envelopes. The cards are blank inside to allow for any occasion. The photos featured on these card sets are original photography by Clark Reeh Photography. You can use your PayPal account or a credit or debit card. Feel free to purchase as many as you would like.
While Colorado is a breathtakingly beautiful place in Spring, Summer, Fall or Winter, the weather can be volatile and unpredictable within just 10 miles. "if you don't like the weather in Colorado, just wait 15 minutes" is not just a saying. A clear sky can turn cloudy and into a blizzard or downpour in just minutes, and a windy stretch of open road can become an ice rink in the blink of an eye. Follow a standard set of precautions while traveling through the mountains or on the plains for a safe and enjoyable trip.
During our annual monsoons, damage is inevitable. Visits from fly-by-night roofing and general contractors are also an annual event. Make sure you stay safe from scams and disreputable contractors by only choosing someone to do the work that you have completely vetted or who has been recommended by someone you trust.
Some of the dangers of hiring the door-to-door handymen or roofing companies is that their may or may not actually be covered by your homeowner's insurance, causing bigger troubles down the line.
There is nothing like a Summer evening at Coors Field, in LoDo. (Lower Downtown Denver) There is not a bad seat in the house. But the first base line offers amazing views of sunset over the Rockies. Oh, and yes, we won this night, go Rockies!