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    Winter Wonderland Weddings
    Brenda Himelfarb | Features , Wedding | December 8, 2015

    Many people might be surprised to see a bride – veil flowing, bouquet in hand, bridegroom in his tuxedo at her side – skiing down a mountain in the middle of winter. But in Colorado, it’s commonplace. Perhaps it’s the memories of vacationing here with the family or having met the ideal mate on a […]

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Katie Fiedler Anderson | Activities , Beaver Creek , Blog , Events | June 27, 2014

Manager and chef owned Vin48 boasts a beautiful patio and is the PERFECT way to spend a summer evening tasting wine! They are pouring a variety of wines ( This particular day we tasted our way through Italy AND France!) and the have food pairings that match the beauty of the wines being poured. At […]

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Katie Fiedler Anderson | Blog , Lifestyle | May 27, 2014

  There’s no wrong time to update your house but there’s something about spring and summer that brings rejuvenation to the forefront of many homeowners’ minds. Small changes can have a big impact – look at Slifer Designs’ new wall color – whimsically named Parakeet. As I strolled through the Slifer showroom in Riverwalk the […]

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Katie Fiedler Anderson | Activities , Beaver Creek , Blog |

Barbecue addicts, rejoice: The state’s finest pit masters make their annual Memorial Day pilgrimage to Beaver Creek for the Blues, Brews and BBQ Festival, a two-day celebration of the original American grub. From May 24-25, dozens of local chefs pair ribs, pulled pork, smoked sausage and much, much more with eclectic beers and daily live tunes […]

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Katie Fiedler Anderson | Blog |

There’s plenty happening in and around Vail this Memorial Day weekend, but checking out the sixth annual Campout for the Cause is a must-try diversion, particularly if you have a soft spot for Colorado-bred music. While on tour, vocalist/trumpet player Sarah Anderson of the Saturday night headliner Paper Bird chatted with Elizabeth Escobar of SneakPEAK […]

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Katie Fiedler Anderson | Activities , Blog , Events , Vail | May 2, 2014

Vail Closing day has people watching like NO OTHER event in Vail. Costumes, energy, and happiness shine brightly on the final day of the season. …..Until next year!!

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Katie Fiedler Anderson | Activities , Blog , Vail | April 18, 2014

I have lived here for 8 years, and have never been up to Adventure Ridge in the evening. I have been missing out! We went tubing and ski biking with our niece and nephew. I will be the first to tell you … it’s fun for adults too! What an exceptional way to spend the […]

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Katie Fiedler Anderson | Blog | April 11, 2014

Gold medal olympian, Mikaela Shiffrin, sure is making Vail proud.  Not only is she an incredible athlete fresh out of a post olympic whirlwind, but she is also kind, genuine, and humble. These are the qualities of a true role model who Vail proudly cheers for! Photos: Katie Fiedler-Anderson Mikaela arrives via Vail fire truck! […]

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ken | Blog , Lifestyle | March 18, 2014

Sunday was a beautiful day in the Vail Valley. Blue skies, a slight breeze and enough sun to tan my pale face. What better way to enjoy it than to visit Minturn, Colorado. In the winter, I would typically do so by means of the Minturn Mile. But this day I was intrigued to attend […]

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Katie Fiedler Anderson | Blog , Events , Vail | March 10, 2014

I attended the Men’s Halfpipe Competition as part of the Burton US Open.The Athletes were fresh out of the olympic games in Sochi, and ready to prove they aren’t just one trick ponies. They will make you want to get out there and try harder… or continue on another career path all together. Either way […]

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Katie Fiedler Anderson | Blog , Lifestyle | March 7, 2014

I came across this adorable home in East Vail while cross country skiing. The grass-roofed home painted a picture of what Vail must have looked like “back then.” It was perfectly positioned against Gore Creek, and the views are nothing short of spectacular. I think this homesteader made an excellent choice. I am grateful for […]

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