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Historic Homes of Denver: Animal Lovers Series - Elephant Seal on South Georgia Island - 03/31/11 02:09 PM
I recently received this and just had to share it with my Activerain friends. This video was taken in November of 2009, off the coast of South America on South Georgia Island at Gold Harbour. After seeing this, Gold Harbour is now a "travel destination" for me! I love the way this elephant seal is flirting with the lady on the beach!
Historic Homes of Denver: Happenings in Denver’s History - Prositituion and Prohibition - 03/30/11 09:07 PM
Did you ever think that the various aspects of prostitution that I have blogged about would have an impact on women's rights in Denver? Well in a round about way it really did.Denver did have it's own Red Light District along Market St in present day Lodo in the mid to late 1800's. However, there were also brothels close to major hotels such as the Brown Palace with it's underground tunnels leading to and from the brothels and the "Soiled Doves". But there were also "Call Girls" so to speak. Women that would frequent "wine rooms" where they would meet and (7 comments)
Historic Homes of Denver: Historic Homes and Buildings - Holy Ghost Catholic Church - 03/30/11 02:39 AM
The Holy Ghost Catholic Church is one that virtually anyone can look at and just KNOW that it's preservation was important to Denver. The reason for this is quite simple. The city of Denver grew up AROUND the Holy Ghost Catholic Church. Let me explain. Long before the construction of the beautiful Cathedral Basilica of the Immaculate Conception was started in 1902, the Holy Ghost Catholic Church had her roots in the first Catholic church constructed in Denver. That church was St. Mary's Cathedral, and was built in 1860. (6 comments)
Historic Homes of Denver: Entertainment Series - Baby Talk - 03/29/11 08:47 PM
When I was a child, I vividly remember being able to communicate with my younger sister, Robin, before she could talk. I regularly translated what my sister "said" to our mother. My poor mother was completely baffled at my ability to do this. Robin would say something to my mom, who would look at me with a bewildered look on her face. I would tell her what Robin "meant" and then she would look at my sister and ask, "Is that what you want/mean?" Robin would then nod her head up and down.This video, as cute as it is, made me (1 comments)
I simply had to re-blog this video from my friend Jackie back east. It simply put a smile on my face! I wish laughing like this was as easy for adults! I can only imagine how it would change the world.
Via Jackie Connelly-Fornuff Century 21 AA Lindenhurst NY Real Estate (Lindenhurst Babylon West Babylon N. Babylon West Islip Islip): The Cutest Baby Video Ever! As parents, you know that it doesn't take much to make a baby laugh. A real belly laugh too. My son was the same way. He would laugh at the strangest things but hearing that (11 comments)
Historic Homes of Denver: Hot New Listings - 263 Soda Creek Ct, Dillon, CO 80435 - 03/26/11 05:14 PM
This beautifully appointed home located at 263 Soda Creek Court in Dillon, CO is situated at the end of a cul-de-sac and offers panoramic views of the Continental Divide, Swan Mountain and 10 Mile Range. This home is located 2 miles away from world class skiing at Keystone Resort and 7 miles from Arapahoe Basin! We welcome you to visit and see why Rocky Mountain living is so darn special!
Historic Homes of Denver: Happenings in Denver’s History - How Denver Bordello's REALLY Operated - 03/17/11 08:04 PM
In past blogs, I have talked about bordello's along Market Street. Madams such as Jennie Rogers and Mattie Silks have become famous parts of Denver lore. But have you ever wondered about exactly HOW the deals went down in Denver's Bordellos?Well that is exactly what you are going to learn about today! Denver's upper crust Madams wanted to impart the image that their Houses were equal to those found in cities such as Paris.The men would enter into the Parlour and listen to music and visit with other customers and the Soiled Doves employed at the house. Well to do customers (3 comments)
Energy conservation in your Historic Home in Denver has always been a majoy concern. Yes, those classic old windows and doors are beautiful, but you know they leak heat like a sieve. Historic Denver, through Historic Denver's Preservation for Living is offering a workshop this Thursday, March 10th for Historic Home owners. The workshop will include a video of the process that homeowners go through to audit the energy efficiency of their home. Three architectural types will be addressed in the video, Bungalows, Victorians and Mid-Century Styles.
Homeowners will be shown where energy is most often (2 comments)
Historic Homes of Denver: Historic Homes and Buildings - The Historic Keating Mansion - 03/08/11 09:51 PM
The Historic Keating Mansion is located at 1207 Pennsylvania St in the Historic Capitol Hill neighborhood of Denver. Built in 1891 by Jeffery and Mary Keating, the Keating Mansion was one of the last Historic Homes of Denver built before the silver crash of 1893. Built in the Richardsonian Romanesque style (as many historic mansions in this area are), the Keating Mansion was constructed with rough-dressed sandstone walls. A steep pitched gabled roof with conical roofs tops and a full rounded bay on the south side of the building plus a round turret on the north end make the Keating Mansion a (8 comments)
Molly Brown, who is most famous for surviving the wreck of the Titanic on April 15, 1912.
Helen Ring Robinson who was the first woman to serve as a senator from the state of Colorado.
Mary Dean Reed, (5 comments)
Historic Homes of Denver: Neighborhood Series - Market Street, Denver's Red Light District - 03/04/11 09:22 PM
Today, Market Street is a fashionable and trendy street in Denver's Historic Lodo Neighborhood. Located just west of popular Larimer Square, Market Street is hip and happening and a great place to go to find wonderful eateries, pubs, galleries and lofts. 120 years ago, things were just a bit different.When the Gold Rush started in 1858, the influx of men looking to make their fortune by hitting it big in gold was staggering. The miners went into the mountains for weeks at a time. When they came down to Denver, with gold in their pockets, they often headed straight for the (6 comments)
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