Summer Music Series for August
Friday, August 3rd – Headliner – Selwyn Birchwood
Opener – AJ Fullerton BandWith his fiery guitar and lap steel playing, his trailblazing, instantly memorable songs and gritty, unvarnished vocals, Selwyn Birchwood is among the most extraordinary young stars in the blues.The Details
GIVING BACK TO THE COMMUNITY ONE CONCERT AT A TIME
The Montrose Summer Music Series at the Black Canyon Golf Course
Music Series dates are the firs... read more
I think I own almost every Bonnie Raitt album she has ever produced. I bought my first one back in 1974 when I was a student at UC Santa Barbara, the old black licorice LP type. I have been listening to her on LP's, then CD's, then an iPod, and now Spotify or some other streaming music service. Yes, times (technologies) have changed!
So, what does Bonnie Raitt have to do with Real Estate? Nothing, really, other than maybe a reminder that in this wonderful and crazy real estate in... read more
It's been another fantastic series of free Concerts in the Park in Ridgway's Hartwell Park. Sorry I didn't get an opportunity to post about this earlier in the series. This coming Thursday, July 26th, is the last one of this year's line-up with The Lowdown Brass Band. The opening act is The Last Revel. These concerts are great and fill up fast. So, come early and grab a spot on the lawn, and then prepare to dance! The Ridgway crowd is always a fun-loving, dancing bunch, and I... read more
It's been a while since I've been actively blogging about real estate, and that's because last October, I "retired" after 4 years in the mortgage loan origination business, and that was after 10 years in the real estate business, including a stint as a broker-owner of a Century 21 office during the height of the recession. However, during my 9 months of retirement, my first love, real estate, kept calling. So, this month, I reactivated my real estate license and joined Coldwell Banker Distinctive P... read more
This summer, make your backyard an inviting space for entertaining friends and family
or simply a space to relax under the stars.
Just adding neutral tones, modern accent furniture and organic texture
to your space can make your own backyard feel like a resort.
Keeping your design elements earthy and natural
will bring a light and airy feel to even the smallest of outdoor spaces.
Paper & Stitch Blog
If you don't currently treat your outdoor area like an extended living space... read more