movie poster for Little Shop of Horros. A man with a monster plant about to eat him

Little Shops of Horrors – Movie Night

The Little Shop Of Horrors is a 1960 classic horror film. An American horror comedy film directed by Roger Corman. Written by Charles B. Griffith, the film is about an imperfect florist’s assistant who cultivates a plant that feeds on human blood. The film’s concept is thought to be based on “Green Thoughts,” a 1932 story by John Collier about a man-eating plant. Surprise it Jack Nicholson is in the film. Continue reading Little Shops of Horrors – Movie Night

Moose standing in lake at Grand Lake

Grand Lake, Colorado – A Hidden Gem

Grand Lake is high in the Rocky Mountains of Colorado. Grand Lake. Grand Lake sits on the west gate of Rocky Mountain National Park and at the headwaters of the Colorado River. It is a small town with rich history, wildlife around every corner, and beauty that is hard to duplicate. Come with us as we take you on a Colorado road trip to the beautiful town called Grand Lake, Colorado. Continue reading Grand Lake, Colorado – A Hidden Gem

Movie Night – Reefer Madness (Full Movie)

HAPPY 420! Reefer Madness is a 1936 American propaganda film about drugs. It was originally named “Tell Your Children” and sometimes titled as “The Burning Question, Dope Addict, Doped Youth, and Love Madness” It revolves around the melodramatic events that ensue when high school students are lured by pushers to try marijuana. Continue reading Movie Night – Reefer Madness (Full Movie)

man at river on bridge and bike. Looking at mountains in Rocky Mountain National Park in Estes Park Colorado

Estes Park, Colorado – A Summer Road Trip

Estes Park is a beautiful Rocky Mountain town in northern Colorado. It is known as the gateway to Rocky Mountain National Park (RMNP) and home to all sorts of wildlife. In Estes Park or in RMNP you will find miles of trails for all levels. And of course, the Stanley hotel that inspired Steven King’s book and movie “The Shining.” Come along with us as we take you on a tour of the quaint Rocky Mountain town of Estes Park, Colorado. Continue reading Estes Park, Colorado – A Summer Road Trip

Rock face at Bandelier National Park. People climbing up a ladder to one of the Native American cave dewellings

Bandelier National Monument, New Mexico

We took a road trip to Bandelier National Monument in New Mexico. In the Frijoles Canyon, there are a number of ancestral pueblo homes, kivas (ceremonial structures), rock paintings, and petroglyphs. Some of the dwellings were rock structures built on the canyon floor; others were dwellings in caves which were formed by voids in the volcanic tuff of the canyon wall and carved out further by humans. Continue reading Bandelier National Monument, New Mexico

Distortions Monster World by Distortions Unlimited

Distortions Monster World now showing in Denver Colorado. Distortions Unlimited, is a Halloween manufacturing company and online Halloween store that has been “Making Monsters” since 1978. They make animatronics, props, masks, costumes and displays for a variety of customers. You most likely have seen their creations used by Halloween events, theme parks, haunted houses, and horror movie. They have set up an “art” exhibit in downtown Denver, Colorado called Distortions Monster World. Where you can find a series of cinematic environments that immerse you into an environment of creatures and characters. Many you’ll recognize from music, film, T.V., and your favorite haunted attractions. Come along with us as we take you on a tour of Distortions Monster World Continue reading Distortions Monster World by Distortions Unlimited

Sign saying Las Vegas, New Mexico. And the hotel in the background

Historical Harvey Houses in Las Vegas, New Mexico

On your next road trip through New Mexico you need to stop and visit the many Harvey House structures that still exist in New Mexico. We are going to take you on a tour of three renovated Harvey Houses in Las Vegas, New Mexico. Continue reading Historical Harvey Houses in Las Vegas, New Mexico

Santa Fe, New Mexico Road Trip

We take many road trips to Santa Fe, New Mexico. Santa Fe, New Mexico is a town we use to live in. So the historical southwestern town is close to our hearts. Come along with us as we take you on a stroll through the iconic Santa Fe Plaza area of Downtown Santa Fe, New Mexico. We will show you our favorite restaurants where you can get famous New Mexico style food; plaza street vendors, historical churches, and The Plaza itself. The video is a combination of road trips during the winter and summer months in Santa Fe, New Mexico. Continue reading Santa Fe, New Mexico Road Trip

Winter Ride on the Durango & Silverton Train

A winter steam trains ride On The Durango & Silverton Narrow Gauge Railroad D&S is a must do at least once in your lifetime. The Durango and Silverton Narrow Gauge Railroad, often abbreviated as the D&SNG, is a 3 foot (91.44 centimeters) narrow-gauge historical railroad that operates on 45.2 mile / 72.74 km of track between Durango and Silverton in the U.S. state of Colorado USA. The train and railroad operates out of an original 1882 depot located at 479 Main Avenue, Durango CO. Continue reading Winter Ride on the Durango & Silverton Train