Colorado is my home. I was born here. For me, all things begin in Colorado.

Colorado has everything. There are desserts, sand dunes, farmland, ranch land, forests, rivers, lakes, and the mountains. Mostly, it’s about the mountains.

Denver is the heart of Colorado. It’s a beautiful, cosmopolitan city.

The roads east take you to The Great Plains and The Midwest (Coming Soon!). The roads south take you to The Desert Southwest. Head north to Wyoming, and Montana.

Some Colorado cards focus on two mountain towns.  Vail and Estes Park  work there.  There’s a nod to The Broadmoor in Colorado Springs and Grand Junction is so close to The Grand Mesa and it’s vineyards I consider them part of this western town.

Rocky Mountain National Park , Dinosaur National Park,  Mesa Verde National Park have notecards. Mesa Verde inspired a collection focusing on Ancient Puebloan  Pottery (find them in Native American Arts) that’s very close to being done.

The Colorado Collection is the start of something new.  All have descriptions of the subject on the back of the card. Some simply present accurate historical data on the backside. Some have bit of tongue in cheek comments included with the history on the backside. The collection has 12 different designs and cover a range of iconic Colorado places and things.