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Capt. Fred Hadley Tattoo Man

Capt. Fred Hadley Tattoo Man

By Carol Mobley    Ambrose Hadley aka Capt. Fred Hadley was my great grandfather and married to the Circassian Girl, Lizzie Metz. He was notable for a number of things, Civil War Veteran, Nebraska Pioneer and Tatooed Man. That’s right, my great grandfather was the tatooed man in the circus from 1882 to 1884. I never knew him, he died long […]

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Colorado Antique Gallery Celebrates 27 years with a Month-Long Sale

Colorado Antique Gallery Celebrates 27 years with a Month-Long Sale

   The Colorado Antique Gallery is celebrating its 27th Anniversary in 2019 with a month-long sale extravaganza from March 1st until April 1st. Located at 5501 S. Broadway since 1992, the Gallery is locally owned and operated with 285 vendors located under one 52,000 square foot roof. There are hundreds of thousands of items on sale during the month of March […]

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Tri-Lakes Women’s Club Hosts 100-Plus Vendors at ‘Spring Into Vintage’

Tri-Lakes Women’s Club Hosts 100-Plus Vendors at ‘Spring Into Vintage’

   MONUMENT, CO – The Tri-Lakes Women’s Club will host 100-plus vendors at “Spring Into Vintage” April 27-28 at Lewis Palmer High School, 1300 Higby Rd. in Monument.    The 43rd annual show touted to “Romance Your Home & Garden” will feature vintage, home décor, jewelry, antiques and food trucks. One of the shows most popular features is a homemade bakery sale. […]

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Ready for Spring

Ready for Spring

Sandy Dale    I admit I’m a bit spoiled living here in the Banana Belt as we here in Florence call it. It gets a bit nippy, but not what other folks farther north call COLD. Still, I love those spring-like days that sneak in between the snowy ones. I get up from my art table or my computer and go […]

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Maple Syrup Production An Invigorating Experience

Maple Syrup Production An Invigorating Experience

   Late winter and early spring is maple season; that time of year when maple producers in Ohio and other parts of northeastern North America tap maple trees to collect sap. This sap is boiled down to produce maple syrup, or further processed into maple sugar, fudge, nougat, cream or other products. Maple syrup production is unique to North America and […]

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