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The latest issue of Steamboat Magazine hit the shelves today, and along with the print version the articles have all been uploaded here for your reading enjoyment.
No matter how much Yampa Valley locals love their houses, they spend an inordinate amount of time outdoors. A well-designed landscape created around a home can be as magical as the mountains that surround us.
ROMANIA, AFRICA, GERMANY, FRANCE … even occasionally, Colorado. The antique market in Steamboat Springs is unpredictable, says Annie Tisch of Annie’s Home Consignments.
Phyl Sharp’s garden flows out of the forest behind her home and transforms into a floral fairyland.
Last summer, Steamboat Springs’ Community Roots Garden planted its first seeds on county-owned land on Oak Street. The 2009/10 Leadership Steamboat class laid the cornerstones – and the compost – for 20 raised beds. They utilized beetle-kill, local compost and log artists to create sculptures for kids to play on.
Winter 2010: Yampa Livingby Kelly StahlLoft Living - Vibrancy, style and convenience define trend Tom and Audrey Williams didnt need a yard, nor did they want to deal with remodeling an old home or
Holiday 2010: Yampa Livingby Deborah OlsenChristmas FoliageIndoor plants that bloom in winterChristmas cactuses are asy to care for and bloom brightly during the holidays. Photo Jupiter ImagesPeople s
Summer-Fall 2010: Yampa Livingby Elizabeth FindellLiving al Fresco Normal001180103182126611.1287000 Behind Bernadette and Ron Murray’s house in Old Town lies a small, comfortable and inviting outd
Feel the coolness of the clay walls, smell the aromatic soaps, gaze into the quiet flames of the fireplace, hear the trickle of the waterfall, taste the crisp, white wine: Visiting the nespa in the rural Routt County home of Jack and Mary McClurg awakens the senses.
Creating festive fare for the holidays!