It may not seem like it now, but warmer weather is just around the corner. And while we may have a little more to look forward to this summer, in terms of easing restrictions and events, let’s not forget our humble abodes.
Being outside and enjoying our patios and gardens is still as present as ever and, as always, there are chores and projects that need our attention. Planning for gardening and landscaping is a task best not left to the last minute, so get started now and you’ll be swimming in blooms by mid-spring.
We all know how beautiful Colorado is in the fall. Hiking and biking in our magnificent wilds will always be a favorite fall activity, but this year we finally have more to look forward to. Fall events are making a comeback. Oktoberfests and horror movies are just a couple of the things you’ll find going on around Longmont this season. See the aspens by train for a change of pace, and take in the western side of our incredible state. Fall is perfect for regrouping and settling into routine before the stress of the holidays, so enjoy it while it lasts!
Restaurants are making a comeback! As we’re finally starting to see the end of the take-out or delivery only options, more restaurants are opening up for in-person dining and events are slowly being rescheduled. We’ve spoken with several local favorites and gathered all their pertinent details. Take a look and maybe even discover a new menu or two.
Concerts, movies and festivals may not be in full swing, but camping, glamping and road-tripping are all on the table, as long as local guidelines are followed. So, now is the perfect time to gather up the family and the pets and hit the road–explore!
If you aren’t comfortable getting outta Dodge quite yet, your vacation dollar might be better spent making your home the first and best place you want to be.