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Kathryn O'Shea-Evans

Making Fur Fly

There is a scene in the fifth season of Friends when longtime vegetarian Phoebe Buffay inherits a family heirloom mink coat in horror…and then promptly falls in love with it when she sees her fur-swaddled reflection in a mirror. Indeed, there’s a reason people have been donning fur coats for millennia, and it has nothing to do with the perceived glamour: they are as warm in January as a Colorado 14er is cold. And like an old piece of quality jewelry, fur can often be restyled to suit today’s tastes—transformed from a clunky coat your great Aunt Gertrude wore into something you’d see on a Milan runway today.

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Paradise Found

In the heart of Colorado’s Sawatch Range, Bud and Betsy Knapp were propelled by a vision to preserve the land, water and wildlife in a rustic and timeless setting. Their labor of love culminated in what is known as Knapp Ranch—a sacred place that celebrates the rugged and the wild, the beauty and the history of those who came before them, and will continue to honor this legacy in perpetuity.

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Falling for Travel

With summer’s overrun travel season behind us, there may be no better time to hit the road—BYO sweaters.

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Natural Wonders

Seven glamping getaways you’ll want to book right now

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Tracing Monet’s Footsteps in France

Longtime artist and art educator Meg Carte shares some of the top stops on one of the most transformative journeys of her life: a group trip led by her friend, David Chang, Frost Professor of Art at Florida International University, through France following in Claude Monet’s footsteps.

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Get Tidy

If you’ve used your ample time at home in 2020 to (finally) get the house organized, you’re not alone. But if you’re not exactly Marie Kondo—whose book, The Life-Changing Magic of Tidying Up, has gone on to sell millions of copies and inspire legions of clutter-busters, including the new Netflix […]

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