Midsummer in Grand Junction.
Heat, heat and more heat.
Not like the popcorn-dry swelter of the Sonoran desert, where Abbey is said to be buried amidst the saguaro cactus and naked rocks, and where it’s so dry the trees are whistling at dogs, but more the kind of heat that recalls author Kristin Hannah’s novel “Summer Island,” where “The heat made people crazy. They woke from their damp bedsheets and went in search of a glass of water, surprised to find that when their vision cleared, they were holding instead the gun they kept hidden in the bookcase.”
Leftover and over-the-counter big-game hunting licenses go on sale Aug. 5 and with plenty of licenses on the block, now is the time to make a decision. … more
The all-too short July rainy season has brought changes to the Gunnison River below the East Portal. … more
Just when you’re looking for something special to do with the family on the last school-free weekend of summer, here’s an offer from Colorado State Parks. … more
Midsummer in Grand Junction. … more
Think again about the largest mayfly hatch you’ve ever seen and the multiply it 1,000 times. … more
The Colorado Plateau Mountain Bike Association is looking for volunteers to help finish a new Quiet Use trail on Grand Mesa. … more
A precarious stream crossing on Grand Mesa has been tamed by a group of determined backcountry travelers. … more
Summer is made for boating, even in Colorado where beachfront property is at a minimum. … more
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