• A Colorado Square Dance History - Part 1

    Colorado has a rich heritage of square dancing. Lloyd Pappy Shaw, who was the superintendent of the Cheyenne Mountain School in Colorado Springs, is credited with laying the foundation for much of the spectacular regrowth of square dancing in the 1940's and 1950's. This video is a sampling of some of square dance figures that were most likely danced at Cheyenne Mountain School and how they evolved evolved over time. This is Part-1 of seven parts of a ninety-minute performance that was presented at the annual convention of the International Association of Square Dance Callers in 2007. That convention was held in Colorado Springs, CO. The performance featured the combined efforts of three dance groups located in Colorado. These are the Colorado Dancers, The High Country Dancers and the...

    published: 27 Dec 2014
  • A Colorado Square Dance History - Part 4

    This is Part-4 of seven parts of a ninety-minute performance that was presented at the annual convention of the International Association of Square Dance Callers in 2007. The convention was held in Colorado Springs, CO. The performance featured the combined efforts of three dance groups located in Colorado. These are the Colorado Dancers, The High Country Dancers and the Rocky Mountain Dancers. Part-4 includes: Rory O’More Contra – This dance is a favorite of the cast. It is a very tightly timed duple proper with lots of balances Por Qua No – The last dance in the Contra Sampler is a waltz contra written by Len Cannel. It features a chainsaw circle and a very unique DoSaDo. Lady of Spain – A round dance that was the signature dance of the Colorado University student square dance c...

    published: 28 Dec 2014
  • Colorado Square Dancers at Capitol

    Dozens of Colorado square dancers gathered at the state capitol building in Denver Wednesday afternoon.

    published: 13 Sep 2012
  • A Colorado Square Dance History - Part 2

    This is Part-2 of seven parts of a ninety-minute performance that was presented at the annual convention of the International Association of Square Dance Callers in 2007. That convention was held in Colorado Springs, CO. The performance featured the combined efforts of three dance groups located in Colorado. These are the Colorado Dancers, The High Country Dancers and the Rocky Mountain Dancers. Part-2 includes Popcorn Quadrille choreographed by Andy Anderson from Chicago, Ill. It also includes a round dance named Steppin’ Out and the Aggie Haylofter’s Double Square. The Aggie Haylofters were a student square dance club at Colorado A&M College which became Colorado State University. The double square was a formation of eight couples instead of the usual four couples. It was the sig...

    published: 27 Dec 2014
  • Colorado Double Square

    The double square was started by the Aggie Haylofters at Colorado State University in the 1950's as a dance formation for exhibition square dancing. The choreography is a combination of both standard square dance calls and inventive movements. Calvin Campbell and Bob Riggs, called for the exhibition team and several of the Colorado Dancers are alumni of CSU. This exhibition was performed at the National Square Dance Convention in Portland OR, in 2005. The performers are the Colorado Dancers and the caller is Calvin Campbell.

    published: 23 Dec 2014
  • A Colorado Square Dance History - Part 6

    This is Part-6 of seven parts of a ninety-minute performance that was presented at the annual convention of the International Association of Square Dance Callers in 2007. The convention was held in Colorado Springs, CO. The performance featured the combined efforts of three dance groups located in Colorado. These are the Colorado Dancers, The High Country Dancers and the Rocky Mountain Dancers. Part-6 includes: Bunches of Five – Colin Hume listed this dance on his website. He may have written the dance. It uses a square of four couples with an added couple in the center of the set of four couples. It’s fast and very energetic and lots of fun to dance. RMD Hex Set – The Rocky Mountain Dancers (teen set) wanted to explore the choreography possible in a true hex set of six couples. ...

    published: 28 Dec 2014
  • A Colorado Square Dance History - Part 5

    This is Part-5 of seven parts of a ninety-minute performance that was presented at the annual convention of the International Association of Square Dance Callers in 2007. The convention was held in Colorado Springs, CO. The performance featured the combined efforts of three dance groups located in Colorado. These are the Colorado Dancers, The High Country Dancers and the Rocky Mountain Dancers. Part-5 includes: Varsouivanna – This dance has survived for several hundred years in various forms. At one time it was danced throughout the civilized world. This performance features several variations from the first simple mazurka step to an elaborate Spanish version. Blackhawk WaltzThe music was written in the late 1800s. The dance was probably choreographed soon after. Three versions...

    published: 28 Dec 2014
  • A Colorado Square Dance History - Part 3

    This is Part-3 of seven parts of a ninety-minute performance that was presented at the annual convention of the International Association of Square Dance Callers in 2007. The convention was held in Colorado Springs, CO. The performance featured the combined efforts of three dance groups located in Colorado. These are the Colorado Dancers, The High Country Dancers and the Rocky Mountain Dancers. Part-3 includes: DoSiDo Hoedown – In the early 1940s Pappy Shaw went to Hollywood to choreograph a square dance for the movie “Duel in the Sun”. As part of the trip, he also recorded an album of square dance calls. The Rocky Mountain Dancers dance this hoedown to Pappy Shaw’s calling. Salty Dog Rag – A wild version of the couple dance that was very popular in the 1950’s A Contra Dance Sampl...

    published: 27 Dec 2014
  • ElevaTour of Colorado Square

    Public escalator and elevators at Colorado Square offices in downtown Colorado Springs. Not sure what brand of escalator (maybe Dover), but elevators are Dover classic traction modernized by ThyssenKrupp.

    published: 31 Oct 2015
  • Colorado and Denver

    Pictures of Colorado and Denver. With attractions, Elitch Gardens Larimer Square Downtown City and County Building at Christmas and the State Flag of Colorado City Flag of Denver

    published: 28 May 2009
  • A Colorado Square Dance History - Part 7

    This is Part-7 of seven parts of a ninety-minute performance that was presented at the annual convention of the International Association of Square Dance Callers in 2007. The convention was held in Colorado Springs, CO. The performance featured the combined efforts of three dance groups located in Colorado. These are the Colorado Dancers, The High Country Dancers and the Rocky Mountain Dancers. Part-7 includes: Grand Star Circle - Is a Sicilian Circle Dance written by Don Armstrong. Kannonwaltzer – A three part singing round and dance. It is an excellent closer for any dance. The MC and Narrator for the event was Calvin Campbell, the author of many books about square dancing including “Dancing for Busy People”. Calvin and Judy Campbell are also the directors of the Colorado Dancer...

    published: 28 Dec 2014
  • Ski Mountaineering Colorado Square Top Mountain

    Music: We Can Make The World Stop by The Glitch Mob June 3, 2017

    published: 06 Jun 2017
  • Square Top Mountain A - a Colorado 13er (4,204 metres / 13,794 feet)

    At 13,794 feet, Square Top Mountain A is Colorado's is the 111th highest peak and the state's 58th highest "13er." It's located in Colorado's "Front Range" near Guanella Pass and lies midway between the 14er duos of Evans-Bierstadt and Grays-Torreys. Here's my personal webpage about 13ers: http://www.rogerwendell.com/13ers.html Here's my page about 14ers: http://www.rogerwendell.com/14ers.html Here's my page about hiking: http://www.rogerwendell.com/hiking.html Here's my page about climbing: http://www.rogerwendell.com/climbing.html 09-26-2015

    published: 30 Sep 2015
  • The Arrabelle at Vail Square, Colorado - A Ski-in Ski-Out Luxury Hotel

    I just returned from spending a few glorious days at The Arrabelle at Vail Square, Colorado. Located in the heart of Lionshead, and just steps away from world-class skiing. The biggest appeal of the resort, and the first big touch of luxury was when I went to rent our ski equipment. They hold the equipment for you at the base of the mountain in their valet concierge service. The resort has 62 rooms, and private residence condos. We stayed in a two bedroom residence condo on the property with was plenty spacious. After a day of skiing go spend a few hours in their spa. All and all we had a fabulous experience at The Arrabelle, and I wouldn't stay anywhere else in Vail. ••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••­­•••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••­•­ To learn about my stay in Vail m...

    published: 16 Mar 2017
  • Square Top Mountain, Colorado - on a never Summer Raptor snowboard

    snowboarding down east face of Squaretop Mountain on June 1st, 2014 on a Never Summer Raptor

    published: 19 Oct 2017
  • Square Dancing in Denver, Colorado with Tom Roper & Mike Sikorsky

    Square Dancing in Denver, Colorado with Tom Roper and Mike Sikorsky at May Madness, May 21, 2011, 36 1/2 squares in attendance. http://roper.wesquaredance.com http://squaredancing.net

    published: 23 May 2011
  • Square Top Lakes- Guanella Pass Summit, Colorado

    Colorado mountains. Good friends. Playful puppies. Long and winding trails. Alpine lakes. It was a good Sunday.

    published: 31 Jul 2017
  • Colorado Treasures: Discovering Larimer Square

    The NOW Denver's Eric Lupher tells us more about this iconic landmark in downtown Denver

    published: 11 Mar 2017
  • Python Pit Roller Coaster at Heritage Square Golden Colorado

    published: 11 Aug 2014
  • Square Dance à Fun Valley (Colorado)

    published: 30 Aug 2009
  • 4/29/2016 -- Weather Modification Caught -- "SCALAR SQUARE" over Colorado deep space transmitter

    A "Scalar Square" has appeared on RADAR over a high power transmitter in Colorado. Here are screenshots of the event: http://dutchsinse.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/04/scalar-square-radar-pulse-april-29-2016.jpg This heated area above the transmitter will produce wind rotation, and storm formation within usually 2 days or less. Keep watch AFTER this current storm passes for tornadoes , damaging winds, and hail nearby this Scalar Square epicenter. Much more on SCALAR areas being heated by Radio waves: http://dutchsinse.com/3232015-boeing-patents-microwave-forcefield-scalar-101-21st-century-technology-rollout/ https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VcTKAnr25OE _____ The epicenter of this Colorado Scalar Square is DIRECTLY over the DSES deep space exploration dish. http://www.dses.org Noti...

    published: 29 Apr 2016
  • Square Dancing: 25th Anniversary Proclamation Square Dance at Colorado State Capitol, 2017

    Mike Olivieri calling the Proclamation Dance. Square Dancers from around the state, including Michael Turley, president of the Colorado State Square Dance Association, and Andrith Davis, Vice President of the Monarch Mavericks of Salida, Colorado. This celebrates the 25th anniversary of Square Dance being declared the Colorado State Folk Dance, and the 35th year this event has been happening.

    published: 16 Sep 2017
  • Lamplight Square at the Park - Colorado Springs, CO

    Lamplight Square at the Park https://www.gblamplight.com/ 6236 Twin Oaks Drive Colorado Springs, CO 80918 Phone: 719-594-0314 Welcome to Lamplight Square at the Park! Our picturesque community is conveniently located off Academy Boulevard with easy access to the best shopping, dining, entertainment, and recreation destinations our city has to offer!

    published: 27 Oct 2017
  • Heritage Square - Golden Colorado

    Heritage Square in Golden, Colorado is a Victorian-themed family amusement park with a gravity coaster and a powered coaster. It's a small place but seemed popular with the local families. Video includes HD POV on the two 'coasters'. David Ellis - Roller Coasters, Thrill Rides and more Check out my other videos http://goo.gl/pZVGmQ Please share your thoughts or any questions about the video - I will do my best to reply promptly to all questions asked. Why not subscribe and get my new videos every weekend? https://www.youtube.com/user/davidjellis?sub_confirmation=1 More info about this attraction http://rcdb.com/4756.htm Music - Don't Turn Back - by Silent Partner (YouTube Audio Library)

    published: 07 Feb 2015
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A Colorado Square Dance History - Part 1

A Colorado Square Dance History - Part 1

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Colorado has a rich heritage of square dancing. Lloyd Pappy Shaw, who was the superintendent of the Cheyenne Mountain School in Colorado Springs, is credited with laying the foundation for much of the spectacular regrowth of square dancing in the 1940's and 1950's. This video is a sampling of some of square dance figures that were most likely danced at Cheyenne Mountain School and how they evolved evolved over time. This is Part-1 of seven parts of a ninety-minute performance that was presented at the annual convention of the International Association of Square Dance Callers in 2007. That convention was held in Colorado Springs, CO. The performance featured the combined efforts of three dance groups located in Colorado. These are the Colorado Dancers, The High Country Dancers and the Rocky Mountain Dancers. Part-1 includes scenes what the Cheyenne Mountain Dancers may have danced in the 1940's as portrayed by the Rocky Mountain Dancers of Denver, CO. This dance group is under the direction of Mitch and Peggy Pingel. The next two dances are a sample of what square dancing was like in the 1950's in Colorado. It includes a typical hoedown called the Bob Riggs and a singing call named "Alabama Jubilee" called by Neal Schlein. The MC and Narrator for the event was Calvin Campbell, the author of many books about square dancing including “Dancing for Busy People”. Calvin and Judy Campbell are also the directors of the Colorado Dancers from the Denver area.
https://wn.com/A_Colorado_Square_Dance_History_Part_1
A Colorado Square Dance History - Part 4

A Colorado Square Dance History - Part 4

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This is Part-4 of seven parts of a ninety-minute performance that was presented at the annual convention of the International Association of Square Dance Callers in 2007. The convention was held in Colorado Springs, CO. The performance featured the combined efforts of three dance groups located in Colorado. These are the Colorado Dancers, The High Country Dancers and the Rocky Mountain Dancers. Part-4 includes: Rory O’More Contra – This dance is a favorite of the cast. It is a very tightly timed duple proper with lots of balances Por Qua No – The last dance in the Contra Sampler is a waltz contra written by Len Cannel. It features a chainsaw circle and a very unique DoSaDo. Lady of Spain – A round dance that was the signature dance of the Colorado University student square dance club. The version here is danced by the High Country Dancers. The membership of this group includes many former members of Calico and Boots. Eight Couple Square Dance Figures – Kira Heartsong choreographed this number. It features traditional and contemporary square dance movements woven into several unique dance formations. The MC and Narrator for the event was Calvin Campbell, the author of many books about square dancing including “Dancing for Busy People”. Calvin and Judy Campbell are also the directors of the Colorado Dancers from the Denver area.
https://wn.com/A_Colorado_Square_Dance_History_Part_4
Colorado Square Dancers at Capitol

Colorado Square Dancers at Capitol

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Dozens of Colorado square dancers gathered at the state capitol building in Denver Wednesday afternoon.
https://wn.com/Colorado_Square_Dancers_At_Capitol
A Colorado Square Dance History - Part 2

A Colorado Square Dance History - Part 2

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This is Part-2 of seven parts of a ninety-minute performance that was presented at the annual convention of the International Association of Square Dance Callers in 2007. That convention was held in Colorado Springs, CO. The performance featured the combined efforts of three dance groups located in Colorado. These are the Colorado Dancers, The High Country Dancers and the Rocky Mountain Dancers. Part-2 includes Popcorn Quadrille choreographed by Andy Anderson from Chicago, Ill. It also includes a round dance named Steppin’ Out and the Aggie Haylofter’s Double Square. The Aggie Haylofters were a student square dance club at Colorado A&M College which became Colorado State University. The double square was a formation of eight couples instead of the usual four couples. It was the signature performance dance of the Aggie Haylofter. This performance is portrayed by the Colorado Dancers of the Denver area. The caller is Calvin Campbell. The MC and Narrator for the event was Calvin Campbell, the author of many books about square dancing including “Dancing for Busy People”. Calvin and Judy Campbell are also the directors of the Colorado Dancers from the Denver area.
https://wn.com/A_Colorado_Square_Dance_History_Part_2
Colorado Double Square

Colorado Double Square

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The double square was started by the Aggie Haylofters at Colorado State University in the 1950's as a dance formation for exhibition square dancing. The choreography is a combination of both standard square dance calls and inventive movements. Calvin Campbell and Bob Riggs, called for the exhibition team and several of the Colorado Dancers are alumni of CSU. This exhibition was performed at the National Square Dance Convention in Portland OR, in 2005. The performers are the Colorado Dancers and the caller is Calvin Campbell.
https://wn.com/Colorado_Double_Square
A Colorado Square Dance History - Part 6

A Colorado Square Dance History - Part 6

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This is Part-6 of seven parts of a ninety-minute performance that was presented at the annual convention of the International Association of Square Dance Callers in 2007. The convention was held in Colorado Springs, CO. The performance featured the combined efforts of three dance groups located in Colorado. These are the Colorado Dancers, The High Country Dancers and the Rocky Mountain Dancers. Part-6 includes: Bunches of Five – Colin Hume listed this dance on his website. He may have written the dance. It uses a square of four couples with an added couple in the center of the set of four couples. It’s fast and very energetic and lots of fun to dance. RMD Hex Set – The Rocky Mountain Dancers (teen set) wanted to explore the choreography possible in a true hex set of six couples. The High Country Dancers wanted to see if the same choreography could be danced in a set of four couples. An interesting concept. Maybe, part of the future of team dancing. Anyway, it’s fun to watch. The MC and Narrator for the event was Calvin Campbell, the author of many books about square dancing including “Dancing for Busy People”. Calvin and Judy Campbell are also the directors of the Colorado Dancers from the Denver area.
https://wn.com/A_Colorado_Square_Dance_History_Part_6
A Colorado Square Dance History - Part 5

A Colorado Square Dance History - Part 5

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This is Part-5 of seven parts of a ninety-minute performance that was presented at the annual convention of the International Association of Square Dance Callers in 2007. The convention was held in Colorado Springs, CO. The performance featured the combined efforts of three dance groups located in Colorado. These are the Colorado Dancers, The High Country Dancers and the Rocky Mountain Dancers. Part-5 includes: Varsouivanna – This dance has survived for several hundred years in various forms. At one time it was danced throughout the civilized world. This performance features several variations from the first simple mazurka step to an elaborate Spanish version. Blackhawk WaltzThe music was written in the late 1800s. The dance was probably choreographed soon after. Three versions of the dance are shown in this performance. Waltz of the Bells – The music is Ting-a-Ling. The recording is named Waltz of the bells. This version of the dance was written by “Doc” Alumbaugh in the early 1950’s Levi Jackson Rag – The dance is normally danced by five couples. In this version, four sets are arranged so that couples can move from set to set until all five couples in each set are in a different position on the floor at the end of the dance. The MC and Narrator for the event was Calvin Campbell, the author of many books about square dancing including “Dancing for Busy People”. Calvin and Judy Campbell are also the directors of the Colorado Dancers from the Denver area.
https://wn.com/A_Colorado_Square_Dance_History_Part_5
A Colorado Square Dance History - Part 3

A Colorado Square Dance History - Part 3

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This is Part-3 of seven parts of a ninety-minute performance that was presented at the annual convention of the International Association of Square Dance Callers in 2007. The convention was held in Colorado Springs, CO. The performance featured the combined efforts of three dance groups located in Colorado. These are the Colorado Dancers, The High Country Dancers and the Rocky Mountain Dancers. Part-3 includes: DoSiDo Hoedown – In the early 1940s Pappy Shaw went to Hollywood to choreograph a square dance for the movie “Duel in the Sun”. As part of the trip, he also recorded an album of square dance calls. The Rocky Mountain Dancers dance this hoedown to Pappy Shaw’s calling. Salty Dog Rag – A wild version of the couple dance that was very popular in the 1950’s A Contra Dance SamplerShort versions of three contra dances are shown in quick succession. These include: Hole in the WallWritten in the late 1600s. Elegant and simple to dance Aston Polka – Very popular in the 1950’s and beyond. Energetic! Really Richards – A triple minor contra that features both Contra Corners and a mirror Hey for Three The MC and Narrator for the event was Calvin Campbell, the author of many books about square dancing including “Dancing for Busy People”. Calvin and Judy Campbell are also the directors of the Colorado Dancers from the Denver area.
https://wn.com/A_Colorado_Square_Dance_History_Part_3
ElevaTour of Colorado Square

ElevaTour of Colorado Square

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Public escalator and elevators at Colorado Square offices in downtown Colorado Springs. Not sure what brand of escalator (maybe Dover), but elevators are Dover classic traction modernized by ThyssenKrupp.
https://wn.com/Elevatour_Of_Colorado_Square
A Colorado Square Dance History - Part 7

A Colorado Square Dance History - Part 7

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This is Part-7 of seven parts of a ninety-minute performance that was presented at the annual convention of the International Association of Square Dance Callers in 2007. The convention was held in Colorado Springs, CO. The performance featured the combined efforts of three dance groups located in Colorado. These are the Colorado Dancers, The High Country Dancers and the Rocky Mountain Dancers. Part-7 includes: Grand Star Circle - Is a Sicilian Circle Dance written by Don Armstrong. Kannonwaltzer – A three part singing round and dance. It is an excellent closer for any dance. The MC and Narrator for the event was Calvin Campbell, the author of many books about square dancing including “Dancing for Busy People”. Calvin and Judy Campbell are also the directors of the Colorado Dancers from the Denver area.
https://wn.com/A_Colorado_Square_Dance_History_Part_7
Ski Mountaineering Colorado Square Top Mountain

Ski Mountaineering Colorado Square Top Mountain

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Music: We Can Make The World Stop by The Glitch Mob June 3, 2017
https://wn.com/Ski_Mountaineering_Colorado_Square_Top_Mountain
Square Top Mountain A - a Colorado 13er  (4,204 metres / 13,794 feet)

Square Top Mountain A - a Colorado 13er (4,204 metres / 13,794 feet)

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At 13,794 feet, Square Top Mountain A is Colorado's is the 111th highest peak and the state's 58th highest "13er." It's located in Colorado's "Front Range" near Guanella Pass and lies midway between the 14er duos of Evans-Bierstadt and Grays-Torreys. Here's my personal webpage about 13ers: http://www.rogerwendell.com/13ers.html Here's my page about 14ers: http://www.rogerwendell.com/14ers.html Here's my page about hiking: http://www.rogerwendell.com/hiking.html Here's my page about climbing: http://www.rogerwendell.com/climbing.html 09-26-2015
https://wn.com/Square_Top_Mountain_A_A_Colorado_13Er_(4,204_Metres_13,794_Feet)
The Arrabelle at Vail Square, Colorado - A Ski-in Ski-Out Luxury Hotel

The Arrabelle at Vail Square, Colorado - A Ski-in Ski-Out Luxury Hotel

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I just returned from spending a few glorious days at The Arrabelle at Vail Square, Colorado. Located in the heart of Lionshead, and just steps away from world-class skiing. The biggest appeal of the resort, and the first big touch of luxury was when I went to rent our ski equipment. They hold the equipment for you at the base of the mountain in their valet concierge service. The resort has 62 rooms, and private residence condos. We stayed in a two bedroom residence condo on the property with was plenty spacious. After a day of skiing go spend a few hours in their spa. All and all we had a fabulous experience at The Arrabelle, and I wouldn't stay anywhere else in Vail. ••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••­­•••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••­•­ To learn about my stay in Vail make sure to check out my latest articles on http://carmensluxurytravel.com ••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••­­•••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••­•­ For more on Carmen Edelson's travels, check out her travel blog - Carmen's Luxury Travel: Sharing luxury travel tips from all around the world on: http://carmensluxurytravel.com LIKE & SUBSCRIBE to see more of my videos: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCUwd5SWt1qr4KOHgraO8T5g ▬ FOLLOW ME ▬ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/carmensluxurytravel Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/carmensluxurytravel Pinterest: https://www.pinterest.com/carmensluxtrvl/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/carmensluxtrvl Bloglovin: https://www.bloglovin.com/@carmensluxurytravel/
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Square Top Mountain, Colorado - on a never Summer Raptor snowboard

Square Top Mountain, Colorado - on a never Summer Raptor snowboard

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snowboarding down east face of Squaretop Mountain on June 1st, 2014 on a Never Summer Raptor
https://wn.com/Square_Top_Mountain,_Colorado_On_A_Never_Summer_Raptor_Snowboard
Square Dancing in Denver, Colorado with Tom Roper & Mike Sikorsky

Square Dancing in Denver, Colorado with Tom Roper & Mike Sikorsky

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Square Dancing in Denver, Colorado with Tom Roper and Mike Sikorsky at May Madness, May 21, 2011, 36 1/2 squares in attendance. http://roper.wesquaredance.com http://squaredancing.net
https://wn.com/Square_Dancing_In_Denver,_Colorado_With_Tom_Roper_Mike_Sikorsky
Square Top Lakes- Guanella Pass Summit, Colorado

Square Top Lakes- Guanella Pass Summit, Colorado

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Colorado mountains. Good friends. Playful puppies. Long and winding trails. Alpine lakes. It was a good Sunday.
https://wn.com/Square_Top_Lakes_Guanella_Pass_Summit,_Colorado
Colorado Treasures: Discovering Larimer Square

Colorado Treasures: Discovering Larimer Square

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The NOW Denver's Eric Lupher tells us more about this iconic landmark in downtown Denver
https://wn.com/Colorado_Treasures_Discovering_Larimer_Square
Python Pit Roller Coaster at Heritage Square Golden Colorado

Python Pit Roller Coaster at Heritage Square Golden Colorado

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Square Dance à Fun Valley (Colorado)

Square Dance à Fun Valley (Colorado)

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4/29/2016 -- Weather Modification Caught -- "SCALAR SQUARE" over Colorado deep space transmitter

4/29/2016 -- Weather Modification Caught -- "SCALAR SQUARE" over Colorado deep space transmitter

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A "Scalar Square" has appeared on RADAR over a high power transmitter in Colorado. Here are screenshots of the event: http://dutchsinse.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/04/scalar-square-radar-pulse-april-29-2016.jpg This heated area above the transmitter will produce wind rotation, and storm formation within usually 2 days or less. Keep watch AFTER this current storm passes for tornadoes , damaging winds, and hail nearby this Scalar Square epicenter. Much more on SCALAR areas being heated by Radio waves: http://dutchsinse.com/3232015-boeing-patents-microwave-forcefield-scalar-101-21st-century-technology-rollout/ https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VcTKAnr25OE _____ The epicenter of this Colorado Scalar Square is DIRECTLY over the DSES deep space exploration dish. http://www.dses.org Notice the DSES dish is operating in the same bandwidth range than NEXRAD RADAR pulses in, and operates in. NEXRAD pulses in MHz (teens usually), and normally operates in the microwave 2GHz range. Thus the two systems can somewhat overlap in frequency. The area where the two beams meet forms a scalar, a heated area above the transmitter. The heated area produces electron cascade + plasma formation... as well as actual heat + wind rotation where the plasma is forming. The plasma fans out its ions after the event occurs, which then turns into CCN (attracting water molecules to the ions) forming clouds + rain (additional water molecules on top of current naturally formed rain / clouds). Ultimately, this rotation above the transmitter, heated area, and CCN formation causes new storms to form. The storms are usually magnetically drawn to the location which produced the plasma heated area. Thus, we see RADAR stations and locations like the DSES actually INDUCE or cause storm formation within days of producing the scalar heated region. Parameters for the DSES dish: Frequencies: 10 MHz – 2 GHz Diameter: 60 feet Antenna Gain: 42.5 dBi at 1 GHz (see plot) Beam Width: 2.6°/400 Mhz, 0.7°/2 GHz Noise Temperature: 1-2db at 400MHz total system - Noise Figure: 0.8db at 400MHz w/ 20db LNA - The scalar square event was captured on multiple RADAR systems including Intellicast, and the Weather Channel http://www.intellicast.com/Local/WxMap.aspx https://weather.com/weather/radar/interactive/l/81001:4:US
https://wn.com/4_29_2016_Weather_Modification_Caught_Scalar_Square_Over_Colorado_Deep_Space_Transmitter
Square Dancing:  25th Anniversary Proclamation Square Dance at Colorado State Capitol, 2017

Square Dancing: 25th Anniversary Proclamation Square Dance at Colorado State Capitol, 2017

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Mike Olivieri calling the Proclamation Dance. Square Dancers from around the state, including Michael Turley, president of the Colorado State Square Dance Association, and Andrith Davis, Vice President of the Monarch Mavericks of Salida, Colorado. This celebrates the 25th anniversary of Square Dance being declared the Colorado State Folk Dance, and the 35th year this event has been happening.
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Lamplight Square at the Park - Colorado Springs, CO

Lamplight Square at the Park - Colorado Springs, CO

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Lamplight Square at the Park https://www.gblamplight.com/ 6236 Twin Oaks Drive Colorado Springs, CO 80918 Phone: 719-594-0314 Welcome to Lamplight Square at the Park! Our picturesque community is conveniently located off Academy Boulevard with easy access to the best shopping, dining, entertainment, and recreation destinations our city has to offer!
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Heritage Square - Golden Colorado

Heritage Square - Golden Colorado

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Heritage Square in Golden, Colorado is a Victorian-themed family amusement park with a gravity coaster and a powered coaster. It's a small place but seemed popular with the local families. Video includes HD POV on the two 'coasters'. David Ellis - Roller Coasters, Thrill Rides and more Check out my other videos http://goo.gl/pZVGmQ Please share your thoughts or any questions about the video - I will do my best to reply promptly to all questions asked. Why not subscribe and get my new videos every weekend? https://www.youtube.com/user/davidjellis?sub_confirmation=1 More info about this attraction http://rcdb.com/4756.htm Music - Don't Turn Back - by Silent Partner (YouTube Audio Library)
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