The University of Denver Pioneers had a mediocre season, but sophomore goaltender Wade Dubielewicz is widely regarded as a potential All-American. In his first 27 games this year, he gave up just 2.19 goals per game -- sixth in the nation and first among goalies in the tough Western Collegiate Hockey Association. The Invermere, British Columbia, native is just 5'10" and 178 pounds, but his incredible quickness and great glove hand make him impenetrable. If the moneybags of the NHL don't come calling too soon, he might lead the Pioneers back to the heights.
The University of Denver Pioneers had a mediocre season, but sophomore goaltender Wade Dubielewicz is widely regarded as a potential All-American. In his first 27 games this year, he gave up just 2.19 goals per game -- sixth in the nation and first among goalies in the tough Western Collegiate Hockey Association. The Invermere, British Columbia, native is just 5'10" and 178 pounds, but his incredible quickness and great glove hand make him impenetrable. If the moneybags of the NHL don't come calling too soon, he might lead the Pioneers back to the heights.
Since late last year, a portion of the world's largest collection of dinosaur tracks has been housed in a church basement. University of Colorado paleontologist Martin Lockley spenty twenty years making molds of dinosaur tracks from around the world; today the collection spans more than 300 million years. In addition to big, big footprints, the small, below-ground museum also features an interactive computer display and re-creations of a foot skeleton and the skull of a Tyrannosaurus rex; other items from Lockley's print collection are housed upstairs in St. Cajetan's as well as in rooms across campus.
Since late last year, a portion of the world's largest collection of dinosaur tracks has been housed in a church basement. University of Colorado paleontologist Martin Lockley spenty twenty years making molds of dinosaur tracks from around the world; today the collection spans more than 300 million years. In addition to big, big footprints, the small, below-ground museum also features an interactive computer display and re-creations of a foot skeleton and the skull of a Tyrannosaurus rex; other items from Lockley's print collection are housed upstairs in St. Cajetan's as well as in rooms across campus.
After being convicted of conspiracy in the murder of his pregnant girlfriend, Cherica Adams, former University of Colorado and Carolina Panthers wide receiver Rae Carruth went on television to tell his side of the story -- which included the claim that he was barely acquainted with the victim, apart from their encounters in the bedroom. Said Carruth: "I didn't even know her last name until we went to Lamaze class."

After being convicted of conspiracy in the murder of his pregnant girlfriend, Cherica Adams, former University of Colorado and Carolina Panthers wide receiver Rae Carruth went on television to tell his side of the story -- which included the claim that he was barely acquainted with the victim, apart from their encounters in the bedroom. Said Carruth: "I didn't even know her last name until we went to Lamaze class."

Nestled deep in the San Juan National Forest, at the base of Wolf Creek Pass, the Bruce Spruce Ranch can hold 75 of your nearest and dearest in search of an active outdoor adventure. In addition to the lodge -- which accommodates up to thirty people -- fourteen rustic log cabins as well as RV and tent-camping sites are available. On-site activities include cross-country skiing and snowshoeing, lake and stream fishing, hiking, horse rides and, when you're done with them, horseshoes. Downhill skiing, snowmobiling, hot springs, golf, narrow-gauge train rides, casino gambling and all sorts of amusements are close by, so there won't be any time for dysfunctional familial psychodrama this year.

Nestled deep in the San Juan National Forest, at the base of Wolf Creek Pass, the Bruce Spruce Ranch can hold 75 of your nearest and dearest in search of an active outdoor adventure. In addition to the lodge -- which accommodates up to thirty people -- fourteen rustic log cabins as well as RV and tent-camping sites are available. On-site activities include cross-country skiing and snowshoeing, lake and stream fishing, hiking, horse rides and, when you're done with them, horseshoes. Downhill skiing, snowmobiling, hot springs, golf, narrow-gauge train rides, casino gambling and all sorts of amusements are close by, so there won't be any time for dysfunctional familial psychodrama this year.

There's just something compelling about a race whose waiver begins: "I acknowledge that this athletic event is an extreme test of a person's physical and mental limits and carries with it the potential for death, serious injury and property loss." The hill climb, scheduled this year for July 28, starts in Idaho Springs and grinds for 28 miles to the summit of Mount Evans on the highest paved road in North America, gaining 7,000 feet of elevation along the way. The fastest riders complete the trek averaging about twelve miles per hour; you'll be lucky to average eight. But the phrase "While I was doing the Mount Evans Hill Climb..." is an essential prelude to any serious local bike bragging.

There's just something compelling about a race whose waiver begins: "I acknowledge that this athletic event is an extreme test of a person's physical and mental limits and carries with it the potential for death, serious injury and property loss." The hill climb, scheduled this year for July 28, starts in Idaho Springs and grinds for 28 miles to the summit of Mount Evans on the highest paved road in North America, gaining 7,000 feet of elevation along the way. The fastest riders complete the trek averaging about twelve miles per hour; you'll be lucky to average eight. But the phrase "While I was doing the Mount Evans Hill Climb..." is an essential prelude to any serious local bike bragging.

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