Why we Veterans went off to war, just look at their faces!
Why we Veterans went off to war, just look at their faces!
Stay with me now, this is a ramblin’ story… but it does get there. I don’t remember much about my early Halloweens. Mostly: get candy, eat candy, get sick and go to bed. I don’t remember many Halloweens until I got married… My family and I seem to have had a strange and close relationship […]
The Big Game Hunting Seasons in the San Juan Mountains of Southwest Colorado will be starting in September. All of Pagosa Country and Pagosa.com / KWUF Radio will be welcoming hunters with our Big Game Hunter’s Hospitality Event in October. Details TBA. This year the hospitality event will be offering our usual series of exciting and […]
. See this photo in full screen format. See this photo in full screen format. The wood vine is one of the earliest high country plants to change color. Our vine is bright red and is a predictor of things to come in the next few weeks. Artist, photographers and nature lovers find their way to […]
Attention all Green Chile Enthusiasts…. Enrollment is open for the 9th Annual Patty Aragon Green Chile Classic. Cost to enter is $10 and all participants in this community event will receive a commemorative baseball hat. Winners in the meat, vegetarian and overall people’s choice categories will receive $200 each and trophies, while second and third […]
The leaves are changing in Pagosa Country! Fall has arrived in Pagosa Springs! The days are still warm, the nights are chilly, and the leaves are quickly changing. We have a variety of area activities and events to keep you entertained. Make Pagosa Springs your destination for a Colorado fall getaway. Start planning […]
ColorFest Weekend features hot air balloons, music, beer, wine, food and more! Friday, September 16th 6 – 9pm – Passport to Pagosa Food & Wine Fest Takes place in the Town Park Athletic Field. There will be wine from around the world, beer from local micro-breweries, food from local favorite restaurants and entertainment. This is […]
One of the many benefits of summer rains in Pagosa country is the emergence of a wide variety of mushrooms in the San Juan National Forest. Gretchen, from the Forest Service, will be leading a walk on Tuesday, August 30 to identify mushroom species near the Williams Creek Trailhead.
View the full moon at Chimney Rock though telescopes! This program includes an interactive discussion at the Visitor’s Cabin on the astronomy of Chimney Rock Aug.12th.
The San Juan River through town is a huge resource for Pagosa Springs. After the 1911 flood the citizens realized that whole trees had washed down the river and were collected by boulders in town damming the water flow. The rising water was sent into neighborhoods. Later the men started hauling the boulders out of […]
San Juan Shootists to Host 2016 Colorado State and U.S. National Championships The San Juan Shootists, LLC Cowboy Fast Draw club located in Pagosa Springs will host the Cowboy Fast Draw Association’s 2012 Colorado State Championship in Pagosa Springs on July 23rd to July 31st. This event will bring competitors plus their families and interested visitors to town. […]
Tom Mozer sent photos of the Windy Pass burned area including Treasure Mtn. Trail. Tom wants folks to know that the trail is cleared and open to the public. These photos do give one pause for thought.
. The Pagosa Duathlon is a RUN / BIKE race held annually in July in beautiful Pagosa Springs, Colorado. Violence is a dirty word! The Pagosa Duathlon is an annual event held to raise funds for the Archuleta County Victim Assistance Program (ACVAP) in Pagosa Springs, Colorado. All proceeds from the duathlon go towards supporting […]
XTERRA Turkey Track Trail Run A classic mountain trail run. XTERRA Turkey Track Trail Marathon and ½ Marathon provide an excellent early season trail race through the open ponderosa pine forest of Pagosa Springs Turkey Springs area. This event serves as an ideal primer for the regions summer ultras and continues to attract newbie’s and […]
The following is from the San Juan National Forest 2016 Newsletter. Photos are from The Journal archives. PAGOSA SPRINGS – The Chimney Rock National Monument Management Plan, which was completed this winter, sets the stage for construction of interpretive trails, visitor facilities and additional parking; and extension of the season of operation at the new […]
They come in pain and in prayer, seeking cures and a cup of sand from a tiny adobe church called Chimayo. Houston Chron.com
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Thursday, November 26, 2015 Come to the Annual Turkey Trot Run and Walk at Pagosa Lakes Recreation Center on Thanksgiving Day. It’s a great way to support the Pagosa Springs Pirate Cross Country Team and the Pagosa Lakes Porpoise Swim Team, which use the event to raise money for their teams. The event is a […]
Students, teachers and parents had a great Halloween Party at the Elementary School. Some awakened early to get dressed and at work on time. The “brew” helped! The party really got exciting when this huge cat stood up in the center of the room. Wouldn’t want to hide this smile with a mask! Queen of […]
This year weather forecasters are predicting the El Nino that is bringing high moisture systems passing over Pagosa Springs all year to continue through the winter. An earlier storm dropped 20 inches of snow at Wolf Creek Ski Area and along the Continental Divide. The system is so set in place that the weather people have […]
. Pagosa’s young people are having a grand time this big game hunting season. Going into the forest with family is a wonderful experience few have in this modern world. Bralee Inman went on this adventure with grandpa, Justin Burton. The first step is riding to the high country. Bralee and Justin […]
OHVS PROVIDE FALL TOURING FUN IN COLORADO DURANGO, Colo. – Off-highway vehicles provide great backcountry transportation in the summertime, but during Colorado’s fall season OHVs provide access to some of the most spectacular scenery in the United States. “OHVs are ideal vehicles for touring back roads and trails to see the fall colors,” said Ryan […]
2015 CRUISE-A-THONg Weekend Day One: Saturday July 18th Average Jo(e) Race and After Party in Town Park This Race can be summed up in one word: FUN! Following the race is our After Party with live music, beer garden, tasty food and race awards ceremony. Day Two: Sunday July 19th Hair of the Dog Disc Golf […]
A Settlers’ History at the Turn of the Century by Norm Vance with Jewel Walton This interview was done a few years ago before Jewel passed away. People, individuals and families are moving to the Pagosa Springs area in big numbers. Homes and buildings are being erected in town and along most every road in […]
We actually have Pagosans who pack up, lock their houses and move to The Hill for the duration of the festival. It is that good. Shall we call it Pagosastock?