Fall

This week's show starts with a reminder of the seasonal downside of gardening: cold, wet hands & wet muddy feet!

Suze Smith

This episode aired Tuesday, Sept. 16th, 2014.

Early fall nights can be crisp, but it’s rewarding to go out after dark on these clear, moonless evenings to see some stars and constellations in our Western Slope skies.   

Rising in the northeast just after dark, you will find a group of stars that looks like a “W” on its side.  These stars are part of the constellation Cassiopeia, which commemorates a queen in Greek mythology.  

Patty Kaech-Feder

Though we’re barely a week into August, some signs of fall have started to appear in western Colorado.

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