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Winter in the Rockies
As you may well know, winter conditions in Estes Park often begin in October and last until June. Recently, Brownfield's received this email: "This is Anthony Bennett and I came across the helpful information you shared on your page at shopbrownfields.com/blogs/news, and I wanted to see if you were open to adding other useful resources to that page. We have put together an extensive guide on winter storm safety. We included everything we could think of, including how to be ready, a preparedness checklist, and things to know about driving in winter weather. Winter Storm Safety Guide - milavetzlaw.com/winter-storm-safety-what-you-need-to-know/ We put a ton...
Check out the story done by Shoutout Coloradohttps://shoutoutcolorado.com/meet-jamie-palmesano-buyer-and-manager-at-brownfields/ LOCAL STORIES Meet Jamie Palmesano | Buyer and Manager at Brownfield’s October 25, 2022 We had the good fortune of connecting with Jamie Palmesano and we’ve shared our conversation below. Hi Jamie, what do you attribute your success to?We have enjoyed 67 seasons of business in Estes Park. The most important part of our brand is undoubtedly the people. We work with incredible sales reps and companies who provide top quality products. Both locals and visitors alike have faithfully supported our business for decades. We have become part of their Estes Park experience. Our...
20 Best Mountain Town - Travel and Leisure
Estes Park made the list!20 Best Mountain Towns to Visit in the U.S. (travelandleisure.com)
A Cabin Built by the Rockies by Lexie Coyle
A Cabin Built by the Rockies Four generations of enchantment with the Colorado Rockies makes up the foundation of my faith. Written by: Lexie Coyle In 1938 my great-grandparents packed up their car and their nine-month-old daughter and drove to Estes Park, Colorado. That trip changed the trajectory of eighty-four summers of my family history. For years they lived in various places along the front range of the Rocky Mountains. Then in 1942, when prices were down because of the war, my great-grandpa bought a piece of land adjacent to Rocky Mountain National Park. In 1946 they built the first cabin—or...