Wednesday, August 12, 2015

Fusion Micro Supercomputer

The Fusion Micro Super Computer is a super duper very tiny very powerful computer. A real computer featuring all the latest technology in the palm of your hand. This micro computer allows you to work and play wherever your at. You can connect to the internet with 5ghz speeds. Comes with the New Windows 10. The latest Intel® Cherry Trail Atom chipset for improved graphics performance. With bells and whistles we can't seem to do without these days, CPU 1.83GHz and bluetooth, You will have an awesome gaming experience or host a LAN party on any size screen with a convenient HDMI connection. Want to impress your boss with a great presentation? Forget about wires and that USB FLASH DRIVE, just carry the whole computer in the palm of your hand instead and simply plug right into the projector! Look at family pictures/videos. Shop on Amazon and so much more. It's a computer the entire family can use.
Fusion Micro

Saturday, March 23, 2013


   Winter adventures saved Winter adventures saved Telluride from its ghost town fate. The majestic mountains that created a lucrative gold and silver boom also provided a natural transition into a world-class alpine destination. With legendary terrain and Colorado’s most spectacular mountain views, Telluride has quickly risen in the ranks as a must-visit ski destination.   Off the slopes, winter is a wonderland for outdoor adventures. Find your own passion while discovering a variety of unique winter opportunities.

   Skiing and riding the San Juan Hut System is a true outdoor experience.
   Enjoy year-round bike riding in Telluride with big tire bike rides. Offerings of half-day or full-day rentals or tours available. 
   Thrilling and powerful, a dog sledding adventure is an experience to remember.
   Soaring is the most spectacular way to see the San Juan Mountains. From an aerial perspective, details of every peak, valley, meadow and alpine lake come to life.
   For a ski adventure beyond the resort boundaries, Helitrax is the premiere helicopter ski company in the state of Colorado.
   Horseback riding in the beautiful San Juan Mountains will be one of your most memorable Telluride experiences. Spectacular mountain vistas and wide open spaces will rejuvenate your spirit.
   The alpine setting of the San Juan Mountains offers world-renowned ice climbing and provides a wide variety of winter climbing opportunities. from its ghost town fate. The majestic mountains that created a lucrative gold and silver.

Monday, January 7, 2013


Six days, 40 bands, a world-class ski resort,
a really big tent, and more than 50 shows.

Does it really get any better than the MusicFest? Now in its 28th year, the MusicFest draws thousands of ski-lovin', music-lovin' folks to the snow swept peaks of Colorado each January.

The largest group ski trip of its kind in the nation, the MusicFest brings the finest Texas and Americana music to the world-class ski resort ofSteamboat, Colorado for a week full of sport and song.

Wednesday, January 2, 2013


Enjoy some old-fashioned ice-skating fun at one of Colorado’s many outdoor rinks. For an urban setting, visit the rinks in Fort Collins or Boulder. Both are located in lively pedestrian areas and are surrounded by charming shops and cafes. For a more mountainous venue, glide over to 40-acre Evergreen Lake, west of Denver, where you can spin on the ice and then cozy up to the fireplace in the rink’s warming hut. Keystone,BreckenridgeBeaver CreekVail and Crested Butte are also favorite spots for skate.
Read about more Colorado ice skating rinks.
Warm, snuggle-ready blankets, crisp, winter air and the gentle jingle of bells tinkling to the rhythmic stride of strapping horses are hallmarks of Colorado sleigh rides. So are elegant dinners, local Colorado wines, convivial conversation, roaring fires and decadent desserts. Sleigh rides in Colorado are much more than circling around a track; they’re fodder for vacation-defining moments and stories to share back home. Dude ranches, including those in Grand County and Steamboat Springs, are some of the best places to find fun sleigh rides.
Bundle up the kids in hats and mittens and head for the hills — that’s where you’ll find plenty of sled- and tube-friendly terrain. It’s hard for anyone not to emit a lighthearted giggle as you sail down the hill, catching a bit of air as you roll over gentle bumps. Try the hills at VailKeystoneSteamboatCopper MountainCuchara and Fraser. Lifts and tow ropes will lug your tube or sled to the top of the hills, giving you time for more runs.
Sometimes the best parts of ice fishing have nothing to do with fish at all. Winter anglers reap some of the state’s most placid rewards: quiet landscapes, glimpses of early-morning light shimmering off a lake’s frozen ripples, solitary animal prints tracking across the surface. You can go the basic route and just cut a hole, set up a chair and wait for a bite. Or for a more sophisticated approach, you can rent an ice-fishing cabin. Fishing licenses: or 800-244-5613.

Monday, December 17, 2012


    On January 26-27, Delta County will host the 7th annual sanctioned Grand Summit Challenge Sled Dog Races on Grand Mesa. At 10,300 ft, the sprints are the highest dog sled races in North America.
Displaying some of the best dog sledding teams in the sport, the Grand Mesa Summit Challenge Sled Dog Races are International Sled Dog Racing Association (ISDRA) sanctioned, and typically feature more than 40 teams. From the traditional Huskies and Malamutes to Rottweilers and mixed breeds, all kinds of dogs pull mushers through miles of powdery snow. The mushers are almost as diverse, men and women of all skill levels representing various states.
    The competition features multiple races between four and 12 miles, with the number of dogs varying from one to eight. The challenge also includes a junior race and skijoring, a sport where one or two dogs pull a musher on cross-country skis.     Competitors in each race will vie for cash prizes.
When most people think of dog sledding, Alaska comes to mind. But Delta County is one of few places in the lower 48 to catch dog sleds in action.
Delta County tourism coordinator Kelli Hepler says it isn’t just the dogs who are howling with anticipation over this event. “This race brings a lot of excitement each year, and all the businesses in Delta County are making preparations to welcome the sled teams back and show visitors a good time.”
A region of many superlatives, Delta County also boasts the longest snowmobiling trail in the contiguous United States, the Sunlight to Powderhorn Trail on Grand Mesa, giving race-goers their own chance to dash through the snow at top-dog speeds.
   Cozy spots to curl up for the night are nestled in the friendly towns of Cedaredge, Crawford, Delta, Hotchkiss, Orchard City and Paonia, which also feature some of the tastiest places to eat and most unique cultural activities.

Friday, December 14, 2012


    The Western Slope region consists of eight Colorado counties west of the Continental Divide: Garfield, Mesa, Delta, Montrose, Gunnison, Hinsdale, Ouray and San Miguel. Some of Mother Nature's finest work - alpine meadows, canyons, plateaus and high desert - abound on the Western Slope, providing easy access to activities like skiing, mountain biking, rafting, rock climbing and hunting. The area's attractions include the Grand Mesa National Scenic and Historic Byway, the Colorado National Monument, the Black Canyon of Gunnison National Park and the magnificent Colorado River. Grand Junction, the population hub of Western Colorado, is home to nearly 60,000 people. It sits in the Grand Valley near the Colorado River.

   For opportunities to improve your education, the Western Slope hosts several well-established institutions:
  • Colorado Mountain College, with 11 locations, offers two-year academic programs guaranteed to transfer to all four-year colleges and universities in Colorado. It offers career and technical programs, teaching job skills that can take you right into the workplace.
  • Colorado Mesa University (formerly Mesa State College), provides educational opportunities and tools that help students succeed in today's complex and interconnected world. Its focus is on providing quality academic programs, built on a strong liberal arts core that support students' interests and regional employment needs, as well as technical programs that respond to vocational workforce demands.
  • The main campus is located in the heart of Grand Junction.
  • The Tilman M. Bishop Campus is the result of a partnership of the university, Mesa County Valley School District 51 and area businesses, and is the main site of the university's two-year division, the Western Colorado Community College Programs at the Bishop Campus serve the technical education needs of both college and area high school students.
  • The Montrose Campus of Colorado Mesa University provides access to a variety of two- and four-year degree programs in a scenic, smaller community campus setting.
  • Western State College, located in Gunnison, offers many degrees in the liberal arts and sciences, as well as in professional areas such as business, accounting, recreation and teacher education.
  • Colorado Northwestern Community College has campuses in Rangely and Craig, and Service Centers in Meeker, Hayden, Oak Creek's South Routt Center, and through the San Miguel Partnership in Telluride. CNCC offers and offers educational programs that respond to evolvingworkforce environments, including two-year general education transfer degrees. It also offers Associate of General Studies (AGS) - Emphasis Degrees that are tailored for transfer to specific four-year institutions.
  • Colorado Christian University, a private university with a campus located in Grand Junction, offers undergraduate programs for students right out of high school or transferring from another college. For adults with work or prior college experience, it offers programs directed at completing a degree, certificate, or licensing program through CCU's College of Adult and Graduate Studies. For individuals who have already completed a bachelor's degree, the university offers graduate degrees through its College of Adult and Graduate Studies. The College of Adult and Graduate Studies at Colorado Christian University offers associate's, bachelor's and master's degree programs specifically designed to meet the needs of adult learners, with many classes available in the evenings and/or on weekends, as well as online.