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Downtown Denver Listings | Community of the Month

For anyone who dreams of living a true urban lifestyle, the allure of pedestrian-friendly downtown Denver grows ever more compelling. This urban neighborhood offers an active mix of business, recreation, entertainment, arts, fine dining, shopping, and much more all close to what you could call home. To learn more about living in downtown Denver, click here.

925 Lincoln Street #15A-S

List Price: $2,500,oo0
Listed By: Edie Marks

Simply the best, most exciting Penthouse in Colorado at a price significantly below replacement cost. The sophistication of its design and the extraordinary quality of its appointments put it in a class by itself. It pulls together light, sound technological innovation in the most visually stimulating property you will find anywhere. All that’s missing are views of the ocean! This unit can be sold separately or bought as one with the unit below.

Downtown Denver Listings

Downtown Denver Listings

925 Lincoln Street #15B-S

List Price: $2,025,000
Listed By: Edie Marks

With biometric access control system and camera monitors accessible around the world via the Internet, Brazilian ebony floors, and every bell & whistle known to man, this amazing home is a monument to mans ingenuity. Its phenomenal location affords it 360 degree views of the Colorado Rockies, Denver’s skyline, and DIA Airport take-offs. This unit can be sold separately or bought as one with the unit above.

Downtown Denver Listings

Downtown Denver Listings

1133 14th Street #2910

List Price: $1,475,000
Listed By: Jim Rhye

Regarded as one of the premier residential buildings in Denver, this highly sought after Belford floor plan at the Four Seasons will delight even the most discerning buyer. The corner unit with sweeping views boasts a very large 373′ terrace with upgraded teak flooring. This unit is the epitome of luxury, location and quality!

Downtown Denver Listings

Downtown Denver Listings

1891 Curtis Street #1716

List Price: $1,350,000
Listed By: Heather Ehret-Faircloth

Exquisite unit with 3 large bedroom suites and a study. Lives like a home! Large kitchen and open floor plan entertaining spaces with fireplace and entertaining bath. Top-of-the-line finishes. Sub-Zero, Wolf range, Berloni cabinetry, master suite with jetted tub, heated towel rack, custom closets, designer trim, frame-less showers, stone, wood, and designer carpeting. Expansive windows with views of mountain and city.

Downtown Denver Listings

Downtown Denver Listings

2001 Lincoln Street Units #2122, #2122, #2123

List Prices: $1,250,000
Listed By: Devon Richardson

Complete real estate makeover! With over 2,600 square feet, and bearing impressive modern finishes, the elegance of this spacious yet simple home is something to be appreciated. Floor-to-ceiling glass walls provide your home with ample natural light and a gorgeous view of both downtown Denver and the Rocky Mountain peaks. Your suite features a contemporary, wide open floor plan boasting two massive balconies that are perfect for outdoor relaxation, or entertaining guests.

Downtown Denver Listings

Downtown Denver Listings

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Andrea Bell | Featured Agent

Andrea Bell

Andrea Bell | Featured Agent

Hometown:

Milwaukee, WI

What Is One Special Thing About the Place You Grew Up?

Our family cottage in Northern Wisconsin is surrounded by several other family’s cottages. It allowed for endless hours of play, boating, fun in the sun, and family time.

Number of Years in Real Estate:

16

Hobbies:

Skiing, Boating, Wake Skating, Running, and Yoga.

If You Could Master Any Skill That You Don’t Currently Have, What Would It Be and Why?

To make every individual who doesn’t believe in themselves or their talents find a way to see how amazing they each individually are.

Describe Yourself In 5 Words:

Positive, energetic, thoughtful, caring, and devoted.

Favorite Colorado Past-time:

Trying to make EVERY Denver Broncos home game. I have been a season ticket holder since 2004.

Favorite Place to Grab a Drink:

Washington Park Grille or The Kentucky Inn

One Unusual Thing About You:

I love to volunteer…I really do – it is self-fulling.

What Is One Item on Your Bucket List?

To run a marathon.

What Is Your Proudest Accomplishment and Why?

To give incredible attention, advice, and commitment to each repeat or referred client who I have worked with throughout the years. Each of these clients have inspired and transformed my real estate career while allowing me to be a devoted wife and mother of two AMAZING children.

What Is the Most Adventurous Thing You’ve Ever Done?

Spending the 2nd semester of my junior year enrolled at Marquette University, as I traveled in Eastern Europe and studied at Jagiellonian University in Krakow, Poland for five months. It was truly life changing and gave me such appreciation for the life I live in America. Bonus – I received 15 credit hours too!

If You Could Have Dinner with Anyone, Who Would It Be and Why?

Abraham Lincoln. I would love to know the thought process involved with the many inspiring and passionate speeches he delivered.

What’s the Best Concert You’ve Ever Been To? What Made It So Special?

Do I have to pick just one? Dave Matthews live at Red Rocks 1996

If You Could Have Any Superpower What Would It Be and Why?

To put a smile on every person’s face that I encounter each and every single day.  Everyone deserves to be loved, happy, and appreciated.

Andrea Bell
Andrea Bell 

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Denver Artisan Cheese Shops for Your Inner Cheeselover

You might not know it, but here ib Denver there is an entire world of gourmet cheese to be explored! If you are a cheese lover and have yet to step foot in one of Denver’s artisan cheese shops, then you need to add these spots to your list.

Cheese + Provisions

Located: 2432 West 44th Avenue, Denver

Their goal at Cheese+Provisions is to create a fun learning environment to help people fall in love with great food. They strive to make cheese fun – no cheese snobs here! The cheesemongers happily offer you as many tastes as you like (along with the stories of the cheeses you are tasting) to help you make your choices.  Then they hand-cut your selection straight from the wheel so you know it’s fresh.

The Truffle Cheese Shop

Located: 2906 East 6th Avenue, Denver

Don’t just go here for the cheese. They have copious quantities of cured meats, most of them sliced to order on the meat cutter. Although 100+ cheeses may seem intimidating, the cheesemongers here are pros, outgoing, and accommodating to your wants. You are sure to find a new favorite each time! There’s also a convenient grab and go section if you want to make a quick purchase without waiting for the customers being helped.

Mondo Market

Located: 2501 Dallas Street, Aurora & 3350 Brighton Boulevard #115, Denver

In 2013, Mondo Market assembled their first cheese plate at The Source Market Hall in Denver’s RiNo Art District. Devoted to contributing to the local culinary community, owners Michael Davis and Nicolas Farrrell expanded to Aurora, CO in June 2017 with their second location at Stanley Marketplace.

With artisan cheese, charcuterie and accoutrements in their coolers and specialty grocery items on their shelves, Mondo Market is the go-to food specialist.  If you’re feeling the hunger pangs deep in your belly, have a seat. All of their prepared food is created in-house by trained staff who also specialize in crafting delicious cheese plates that can be enjoyed with a glass of Chianti.

St. Killian’s Cheese Shop

Located: 3211 Lowell Boulevard, Denver

St. Killian’s is a European-style specialty food shop that has been serving the Highlands and Denver since 2001. They provide the highest quality cheeses, charcuterie, accoutrements and gourmet grocery products from around the world and around the corner. Aside from the vast selection of cheeses, they have a variety of sausages, salamis, spreads, and chocolates to make any board stand out! The staff is friendly, knowledgeable, and great at helping you understand what it is your tasting and what it might go well with.

 

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Downtown Denver | Community of the Month

Living in Downtown Denver

Downtown Denver

For anyone who dreams of a true urban lifestyle, the allure of pedestrian-friendly downtown Denver grows ever more compelling. Although it was originally a gold mining town, Denver has come a long way from its gun-slinging wild west days. Residents are a laid-back crowd of progressive fitness fanatics who love the outdoors and are always pushing the envelope.

Denver has raised the bar a mile high as far as quality of life, with recreation playing a major role in everyday life. Residents in the Mile High City work hard but play just as hard. Living in the Downtown Denver neighborhood, you’ll be in the middle of all the action. Dip your feet in the Platte River, take a stroll or a bike ride on the Cherry Creek Trail, cheer on any of the local professional sports teams, taste a craft beer at any one of the nearby breweries, or simply take in the scenery from one of the many parks within the city.

This urban neighborhood offers an active mix of business, recreation, entertainment, arts, fine dining, shopping and much more, all close to what you could call home. You can visit one of Denver’s amazing neighborhoods, like Park Hill, Capitol Hill, LoDo, or Cherry Creek. Denver offers all the convenient, modern, and high-end amenities of any big city. Whether you walk, bike, bus, light rail or drive, you’ll find that your destination is never too far.

World-class theatrical productions and symphonies play year-round at the renowned Denver Center for the Performing Arts, home of the sparkling new Ellie Caulkins Opera House, Buell Theater, Boettcher Concert Hall, and Denver Center Theater Company. Nearby, the historic Art Deco Paramount Theater with its pearly facade of glazed terra cotta hosts a diverse assortment of national acts.

Living in Downtown Denver can be a rewarding experience. The brilliant kaleidoscope of diversions transforms daily life Downtown into an unending celebration.

Downtown Denver

Downtown Denver

Early Denver History

Downtown Denver

Situated on the banks of the South Platte River and nestled close to the foothills of the Rocky Mountains, Denver was founded in November of 1858 as a gold mining town. Although little gold was found, the discovery was enough to change the course of Denver and the West.

Fortune seekers poured into the area. It wasn’t long before tents, wagons, lean-tos, and log cabins took over the banks of the South Platte. In the following years, some 100,000 gold seekers would flock to the region. Those who arrived in Denver early were able to stake out land, lay out the city, and sell plots to those who arrived later. General William H. Larimer claim-jumped a square mile on the eastern side of Cherry Creek. He named the site “Denver City” after Kansas Governor, James Denver. Larimer laid out the roads with the intentions of creating a major city of new immigrants.

The 1860’s brought with them years of hardship for Denver. In April of 1863, a fire broke out in central Downtown Denver. Loses totaled over $250,000 and many businesses were devastated. Just a year later, spring melt and heavy rains caused severe flooding along Cherry Creek. Countless businesses were destroyed, livestock drowned, and 8 residents were killed. And in the summer of 1865, grasshoppers swarmed the area stripping it of all vegetation. Real Estate prices plummeted and the population shrank.

Despite these misfortunes, the people of Denver were determined to thrive. When the Union Pacific Railroad bypassed Colorado on its transcontinental route, Denverites raised $300,000 and built their own railroad to meet the Union Pacific in Cheyenne, Wyoming. Soon after, the Kansas Pacific Railroad crossed the plains to Denver and, when a major silver strike was hit in Leadville, Denver was a boom-town once again.

Downtown Denver

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5 Things to Know When Buying a House in 2018

Buying A House in 2018Buying a house in 2018 is a big commitment. Knowing when to dive into the real estate market can be intimidating, especially when there is low inventory, high prices, and it feels like the rules keep changing. Even if you have purchased a home before and think you know the process, what worked back then might not be what works now. To help prepare you for what may come, here are a few things to know before diving head first into the 2018 real estate market.

Learn How the Tax Code Will Effect You

The recent tax reforms have caused some concern that they will put home-ownership even further out of reach for many Americans, while also decreasing the tax benefits for owning a home. But that shouldn’t be reason to deter you from making your move. For example – starting this year, home-owners can deduct mortgage interest on loans up to $750,000, that’s down from $1 million. This change is expect to affect 1.3% – 2% of mortgages. The bottom line is to educate yourself on this new tax plan and how it will effect you.

Buying A House in 2018

Mortgage Rates Are on The Rise

For the past several years, homeowners have benefited from historically low interest rates – around 3% – 3.90%. But the Fed has recently begun to make some noticeable increases. Last year, the rate for a 30-year fixed mortgage broke 4%. With economic growth gaining momentum, we could see between two to four more rate hikes this year. Rates could end up closing out the year at 5%. First time home buyers should keep an eye on these trends and forecasts.

Buying A House in 2018

Debt Limits Have Increased

In mid-2017, Frannie Mae announced that they would now be purchasing loans with borrowers who have debt-to-income ratios up to 50%. That’s up from their previous limit of 45%. This is a good bit of information for first time home buyers to know because it could make mortgage loans easier to obtain, especially for those who have a higher level of debt.

Buying A House in 2018

Home Prices Are Rising More Slowly

Home prices have soared over the last few years, forcing other-wise qualified buyers out of high priced areas. But in 2018, price increases are expected to slow and become more moderate. Economists expect prices to rise by 3.5% – 5% nationwide this year. But it all depends on where you live. Some cities, where economic momentum has been steady, could see larger gains. While red-hot markets are predicted to finally lose a little steam.

Buying A House in 2018

Prepare for Competition

Housing inventory continues to be at a record low across the country, meaning that the days of multiple offers won’t be subsiding anytime soon. Because of this we have seen the all cash buyer willing to pay full price or more. According to the National Association of Realtors, 23% of all homes purchased in January of last year were cash buyers. And some experts believe that number will rise this year.

Since these types of buyers don’t need to secure financing, they not only have an edge on the competition but they’re also more appealing to the seller. That doesn’t mean all hope is lost. There are plenty of creative ways to appeal to a seller, such as writing a letter about yourself, your family, and your situation. Learn more about surviving a seller’s market.

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Denver’s Most Romantic Restaurants

With Valentine’s Day approaching you’re probably beginning to wonder which are Denver’s Most Romantic Restaurants. With spectacular views, creative cuisine, and intimate ambiance, Denver has plenty of opportunities to romance your sweetheart. We’ve created a cheat sheet to help you choose the perfect spot to not only enjoy a romantic Valentine’s Day, but to have picture perfect date nights throughout the year as well.

El Five

Rising five stories high above the rest of the Lower Highlands the view is second to none. This joint boasts spectacular, unobstructed views of the downtown Denver skyline, perfect for unrivaled sunsets. The glowing space features a show kitchen as the centerpiece, two remarkable patios, and walls lined with vintage Turkish cinema posters.

Half of the menu is tapas oriented and the beautifully presented plates draw inspiration from Eastern Mediterranean and North African countries such as Turkey, Morocco, Egypt, Syria, and Israel. The menu is heavily meat-centric, but with a wonderful mix of bright, and flavorful vegetarian dishes.

Beatrice and Woodsley

Nestled amidst an urban aspen grove, Beatrice & Woodsley combines sociable dining with seasonal Rustic-American menus. Simple ingredients, careful technique, and adventurous imagination provides for a one-of-a-kind dining experience.

They create fun-loving menus with seasonal, local, and conscientious ingredients. Our kitchen offers plentiful garden-focused vegetarian items as well as limited-dietary restriction menus; accommodating both dairy-free and gluten-free diets.

Nocturne Jazz Club

From their shareable small plates, to seasonal large plates, Nocturne seeks to create an intimate and unique culinary experience. Whether you are seeking a properly made classic cocktail, a seasonally crafted new-fangled creation or are ready to pop open a bottle of champagne, Nocturne has what you need to quench your thirst.

Their stage and acoustically designed room plays host to live jazz nightly 7pm -10:30pm, Tuesday through Saturday. Most artists who perform at Nocturne engage in an eight week performance run that focuses on the exploration of a musical icon, the study of a particular era or genre of jazz, or their own original works.

Beast + Bottle

The “beast” refers to the restaurant’s appreciation for the whole animal, utilizing all parts to honor its integrity. The “bottle” refers to drinks. B +B’s wine selection is influenced by the European tradition of drinking wine how you’d like – whether that’s a glass or by the liter.

Beast and Bottle’s food and drink menus are inspired by seasonal progression and feature ingredients sourced from local farms and purveyors. They aim to create an inclusive, fine-dining experience by serving only fresh, responsibly sourced ingredients. They strive to bring Denver the freshest seasonal food and drinks possible.

Izakaya Den

Izakaya Den is a Japanese gastro pub serving global cuisine. Different textures and flavors from all over the world come together to create new taste sensations.  The menu is tapas style. The smaller portions allow you to order a few dishes and share, taking advantage of the exhilarating variety.

While much of the artwork and other stylistic details were imported from Japan, Izakaya Den is ultimately more sophisticated than your working stiffs’ pub. Its unique atmosphere is a cross between Japanese elegance and all those building materials that make a space upscale and modern.

The Melting Pot

Voted one of Colorado’s most romantic restaurants, The Melting Pot is a dining experience you won’t soon forget. The elegant and romantic atmosphere, eclectic decor, and spectacular cuisine make The Melting Pot a perfect place for a romantic date night.

Combine delicious cheese fondues prepared table side, fresh salads, and exquisite entrées, including your choice of seafood, steak, poultry, pasta, and fresh local vegetables. Finish the 4-course dining experience with one of our decadent chocolate fondues.

Colt and Gray

Colt & Gray is an award winning, New American restaurant located in Denver’s chic Lower Highlands neighborhood. It boasts creative, playful dishes in a space that blends rustic farmhouse with modern chic. This is an experience where each dish and drink subtly demands your attention and generates a response.

The bar is an ideal spot for hanging out, sampling perfectly crafted cocktails, and eating your way through one of the most interesting happy-hours in town. From concept to presentation, Colt & Gray is a winner.

D-Bar

Located in Uptown, just a short walk from the Convention Center and the 16th Street Mall, D Bar Denver is fun dining at its finest. Food Network Celebrity Chef Keegan Gerhard and his team bring you seasonally inspired upscale comfort food and award winning desserts. Everything is made from scratch, in-house daily. The d in D Bar stands for drinks, dining, and dessert. Not only does D Bar hit the sweet spot, it also masters the main course too. Immerse yourself in the culinary sanctuary called D Bar.

Bistro Vendome

Named for the Place Vendome in the heart of Paris, this cozy bistro is a favorite among cosmopolitan Denverites seeking authentic Parisian fare. Despite its location on Larimer Square, the bistro maintains its charm as a hidden secret surrounded by brick walls, ivy and shady trees.

Timeless classics like onion soup, steak frites, and escargot vie for attention alongside more modern, seasonally driven creations, giving guests plenty of options. Leave Denver behind and spend an evening in Paris.

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Snow Removal Tips and Tricks

Snow Removal Tips and TricksSnow season is upon us here in Denver. Snow removal snow can be tedious and even dangerous if not taken care of properly. It’s wise to be prepared, especially since the City of Denver has specific regulations for snow removal. Homeowners have 24 hours after the snow has stopped falling to clear their sidewalks, while businesses only have four.

Regulations or not, there is the common courtesy of making walkways safe for senior citizens, people with disabilities, mail carriers, and the community at large. Follow these tips to help make clearing snow easy and safe this season.Snow and Ice Removal

Stretch It Out

Shoveling snow is just like mowing the lawn, you have to prepare to operate a tool or machinery and withstand the weather conditions that come along with it. Warm up your muscles to prevent injury and be sure to dress appropriately. Walk in place or bend side to side or, best of all, do dynamic stretching!

Snow Removal Tips and Tricks

Slick Up the Shovel

Snow can sometime stick to shovels, which can be frustrating. Fortunately, there are several remedies for this problem. You can use a few household items such as car wax, WD40, or cooking oil on the shovel. Be sure to grease your shovel mildly with caution, away from snow shoes and areas that are icy – preferably in a utility sink.

Snow Removal Tips and Tricks

Melt the Ice

When snow is in the forecast, pre-treat your paved surfaces to make it easier to remove snow and ice. After the surfaces are covered, spread sand or coffee grounds so that you have traction as you shovel. Salt is great and well known for melting ice and snow, but can be harmful to landscaping and the environment.

Two eco-friendly salt alternatives to help melt ice are alfalfa meal and sugar beet juice. Alfalfa meal is exceptionally effective when used in moderation, and it provides traction as well as melt the ice. Sugar beet juice lowers the melting point of ice and snow and can help clear those walkways and driveways in record time.

Snow Removal Tips and Tricks

Devise a Plan

Go out and take a look around before you start shoveling. Map out the most efficient route, check out which paths need to be left open, and don’t block access to where you’ll need to go later. Before you take the first scoop, decide where you’re going to dump the snow. You don’t want to end up moving snow twice.

You might also find it helpful to put up tall stakes around the driveway and walkways. These will help show you and the snow plow services where to shovel, plow, and melt.

Snow Removal Tips and Tricks

Start Early & Shovel Often

Shoveling is bit more complex than any other outdoor home maintenance task. Unlike a service like lawn mowing – which most Colorado residents get once or twice per month – snow shoveling should occur daily. Can you imagine shoveling your driveway once a month? Things would quickly get out of control, and not to mention dangerous. You want to be on top of it when it comes to shoveling, so, start early.

While it’s still snowing, go out and shovel in increments, you’ll be much happier later. It’s easier to shovel a few inches of fresh snow at a time than a few feet of old snow. Fresh snow is lighter and fluffier, and hasn’t matted to anything yet. While older snow is wet, heavy, and can turn into ice. Then you’ll have an even more strenuous job on your hands!

Snow Removal Tips and Tricks

Rest & Recover

We are not as likely to feel thirsty out in the cold as we would in the blistering heat of summer, but shoveling is hard physical work and dehydration can set in before we know it. Take breaks and rest as needed. Once you’re finished, treat yourself to a hot shower or bath, and a cup of hot cocoa – you deserve it! Before you know it, it’ll be springtime and the crisp greenery will be popping up once again.

Snow Removal Tips and Tricks

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2017 End of Year Market Report

End of Year Market ReportLast year, Realtors sold a record $25 billion in Denver-area homes. Lets put that into perspective. Twenty-five billion dollars is more than the GDP of Iceland. Sales of homes, town-homes and condos toppled the previous record of $22.4 billion set in 2016 by almost 12%, according to a recently released report by the Denver Metro Association of Realtors. Last year marked the fifth consecutive year of record sales volume, as home prices soared to never seen before heights.

End of Year Market Report

Looking back, sales volume in 2017 was 52.4% higher than in 2013. A total of 57,788 homes closed last year, which is slightly more than the combined population of Littleton and Greenwood Village. It’s also a 2.93% bump from the number of homes that traded hands in 2016. Home prices continued to rise, but not at the double-digit year-over-year increased booked in 2016 from 2015, and 2015 from 2014. Last year, the average price of all homes sold was $434,097, an 8.78% increase from 2016. The average price of a single-family home sold was $480,140, just under an 8.7% increase from 2016.

End of Year Market Report

Prices rose because demand continued to out-strip the supply. The year ended with a mere 3,854 unsold homes on the market, a 9.64% drop compared to the end of 2016. Make no mistake, there are very few homes available in Denver’s seller’s market. There was only a one month inventory of homes on the market at the end of December, a 7.3% drop in supply from a year earlier. For homes priced from $200,000 to just under $500,000, you need to measure the inventory in weeks, not months. For homes priced from $300,000 to $399,999, for example, there was only 1.3 weeks of inventory for buyers to choose from.

End of Year Market Report

The only price strata that arguably is in equilibrium between buyers and sellers is for homes priced at $1 million or more. In that price range, there is 5.88 months of inventory, which marks almost a 23% drop in the supply of luxury homes from December 2016.

End of Year Market Report

Will the trend of ever-increasing sales volume continue in 2017? It’s hard to say. Certainly, with tax law changes that will eliminate or reduce the benefits of the mortgage deduction, the housing market is in uncharted waters.

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Nancy Nielsen | Featured Agent

Nancy Nielsen

Nancy Nielsen | Featured Agent

Hometown:

Skaneateles, New York

What Is One Special Thing About the Place You Grew Up?

What I love about Skaneateles is its small-town setting at the end of one of the most beautiful lakes in the world. “Skany-atlas”- preferred, “Skinny-atlas”- common.

Number of Years In Real Estate:

26 years, since 1992.

Hobbies:

Traveling, paddle ball, skiing, gardening, and entertaining.

Describe Yourself In 5 Words:

Fun loving, motivated, energetic, devoted.

Favorite Colorado Past-time:

Having lunch at Two Elks on Vail mountain.

Favorite Place to Grab a Drink:

Poppies or Travernetta

What Is One Item on Your Bucket List?

To go on an African safari with my family!

What Is Your Proudest Accomplishment?

Balancing a successful real estate career, while raising 3 wonderful children and staying happily married!

If You Could Master Any Skill, What Would It Be and Why?

Become proficient in a second language. Great for the mind!

What Is the Most Adventurous Thing You’ve Ever Done?

I backpacked around Africa in late 80’s. Climbing to the top of Mount Kenya was just one of many adventures!

If You Could Have Dinner with Anyone, Who Would It Be and Why?

My mom, who died young. I would love to talk with her about the dreams she had for her kids and grandchildren.

What Is Your Favorite Holiday Tradition?

Family excursions to the National Forest to find the perfect Christmas tree.

What’s the Best Concert You’ve Ever Been To? What Made It So Special?

Sting at Red Rocks. He is a master showman – the acoustics and twinkling lights of Denver were not too bad either!

If You Could Live in A Book, TV Show, Or Movie What Would It Be and Why?

Modern Family – I love the characters and humor. I think this show is hilarious!

If You Could Have Any Superpower What Would It Be and Why?

I would like to fly like Superman so I could visit kids and friends on a moment’s notice.

Nancy Nielsen