New series published in North Forty News, first edition: Grief and Coping Amid Pandemic, complete with resources for those in need of support in Northern Colorado
Solo adventuring is rewarding in many ways, including the freedom to explore and experience on one’s own accord. Here are tips for going about it safely, and as a woman.
With my canine companion Maverick, I spent 17 weeks social distancing on the road, camping and exploring the backroads of America.
Life as we knew it changed when pandemic hit America. Here are reflections on life during pandemic, from an ‘on the road’ perspective.
Blog about the final 5 weeks of my 17-week journey during pandemic. I started in Utah, spent 4 weeks in Idaho, and then traveled from Montana to Missouri.
Wellington, CO, was founded in 1903, and has over a century’s worth of stories to tell. Here are some treasures to seek out during your next visit.
Wellington’s 2020 graduates couldn’t have the celebrations graduates of years of the past had. But, Wellington celebrated graduates in other ways.
There are 58 mountains in the state of Colorado that are above 14,000ft elevation. Here is what you need to know in planning for your first summit.
Written by Annie Lindgren, North Forty News On May 31, 2020, over a hundred people showed up to a March through downtown Wellington, led by Wellington resident Tishonda White-Grissom. An impressive turnout for a March planned within 24 hours in a community where less...
Blog about three weeks in Arizona, during pandemic, in May 2020. An album of photos included, and stories about challenges I faced along the way.
Wellington Bakery Owner is Spreading Cheer through Cupcakes Jackie Isvanca, the owner of The Cakery, a family-owned bakery located in Wellington, CO, is donating cupcakes, bread, and canned soup to the Wellington Food Bank. Jackie Isvanca, owner of The Cakery in...
Dispersed camping is free designated camping on Public Land. Here is what you need to know to get started.