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How to Stay Positive During the Coronavirus Pandemic

March 6th, 2020

Now that cases of Coronavirus have begun popping up across Colorado, what can you do to stay positive in the face of a Pandemic? Here are 4 quick tips for you and your family:   Stay Calm and Carry On – but also Stay Vigilant with your Personal Hygiene   Mass hysteria can be the most dangerous part of an outbreak like this. Don’t let Coronavirus ruin your life! If you can work from home – Great! Make logical concessions to lower your risk! According to the CDC, washing your hands with soap and water is going to be your best defense!   Avoiding Crowds Doesn’t Mean you have... Read More

About Pacific Frost, A Sweet Cannabis Strain

February 27th, 2020

The Pacific Frost cannabis strain is an indica-dominant hybrid. This bud is brought to us by the breeding masters at California. In terms of its lineage, as its name lets on, Pacific Frost Strain was created by crossing Pacific OG and Frosty marijuana strains. The plant is a beauty to look at, as the name suggests it has frosty green buds to complement it the buds are covered in white crystal trichomes. It has a sweet flavour profile with notes of grape and berry. The aroma has a similar sweet undertone. The strain is known for its medical benefits. Patients who have used Pacific Frost find that... Read More

When is it Tune Time? 3 Things to Look Out for in Your Snow Gear

February 27th, 2020

Just like your car or your bike, your snow gear could use a little bit of a tune up from time to time. Sure, it’s easy to just ride your skis or snowboard every day all winter with little regard to how they’re holding up, but just a little bit of attention and tuning goes a long way towards keeping your gear performing well. Proper tuning will actually extend the life of your favorite skis or board so that you can keep enjoying them on the slopes. But how do you know if your skis or snowboard need a tune up? Here are some tips and tricks to help you keep an eye on how your equipment is doing... Read More

Everything You Need to Know About Alien Dutchess

February 25th, 2020

A Cresco Lab creation designed to lull the user into a deep meditative state prior to providing an intense and potent euphoric trip. Alien Dutchess is a refined cross between Alien OG and Dutch Treat Haze. Many users report that the strain smells of pine and lemon, with a splendid spicy aroma to finish the ordeal. Upon consuming the strain, citrus becomes unmistakably present, along with earthy undertones that seal the deal on a flavourful masterpiece. Common users of Alien Dutchess are those who struggle to gain weight due to some sort of physical or mental hardship such as anorexia or severe... Read More

Top 5 Reasons Why Denverites Should Ski

February 21st, 2020

If you live in Denver, you should go skiing at least once a year—full stop. There, I’ve said it. It might be controversial, but we believe that if you live in Colorado and don’t make it to the mountains at least once every winter, you’re blowing it. Sure, there are plenty of fun activities for Denverites to do all year round that aren’t skiing, but a trip to the slopes is an important part of the experience of being a resident of The Mile High City, and it can be a fun and affordable pastime if you do it right. Here are the top 5 reasons why Denverites should hit the slopes every winter: You... Read More

4 Important Tune-Ups for Denver Winter Bike Commuters

December 29th, 2019

For the dedicated rider, bike commuting is a year-round affair. Sure, there are plenty of fair-weather commuters who hang up their bikes as soon as it starts to rain, but for those really committed to riding their bikes to work, there is no offseason. Instead, Denver’s winter bike commuters must re-asses and prepare for less clement weather. It’s a good idea to get some bike tuning done each spring and fall regardless of your riding habits to ensure your bike is running smoothly. Road bike tuning every fall might seem unnecessary; after all, if the bike is running fine, why pay to mess with... Read More